I haven’t written one of these posts for some time as the public charging infrastructure has improved significantly in scale and reliability over the last three years. However, so far today has been a bit like returning to the bad old days. We’re driving from Northampton to Stoke for one of our daughter’s regular gymnastics
Recently, BMW announced its second quarter and half year sales results with record number of deliveries and revenues. One of the strong points of that report was the high demand of plug-in electric cars, which are rapidly taking over production volumes at the company. The German manufacturer expanded its lineup to seven electrified models in
BMW i3 Business Lease Offers We have new deals available from 1 October 2016 for businesses looking to lease the BMW i3. We are offering a BMW i3 (94Ah) auto hatchback on 3 year BCH (Business Contract Hire – effectively a long term rental) with either 3 months or 6 months worth of upfront payment
While driving back from our trip to Liverpool University last Saturday we heard the sound of a stone hitting the windscreen as we drove down the motorway. It wasn’t particularly loud and I didn’t think anymore of it. Fast forward to yesterday morning, Tuesday, I backed the car out of the garage to find a
Ahead of our first long journey in the i3 tomorrow I thought it best to test the rapid charging for the first time. Connected up to the Ecotricity charge point at Newport Pagnell Northbound – worked first time! Not sure about speed of charging, will do some calculations later.
So just how important is the BMW i3 as it reaches its second generation? On the one hand, this is a near-£30,000 battery car from a premium car maker, whose very existence keeps it out of reach to most folks. On the other, BMW has probably done more than most to address the fundamental problems