BMW Put its flag in Electronic car When it is released i3 For the 2014 model year. Quirky and highly innovative, the city-friendly hatchback is loved by a few people who “get it”, but strange to most others. In any case, it has come to an end in the United States.
Fan site BMW Blog wrote The last i3 shipped to the United States will roll off the assembly line in July 2022, which means that the EV will not return in the 2022 model year, and Automatic blog Confirmed this report. There is no news about what will happen to the final i3 sent here. It can get a place in BMW’s collection, or it can end up ruthlessly parked on the streets of San Francisco. If you want to own it, please act quickly: BMW Blog Approximately 180 build slots have been added.
With the advent of i3, 2022 i4 It will become BMW’s entry-level electric car in the United States.This is a four-door sedan, actually an electric version The redesigned BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe, So it’s more in line with BMW’s spirit. Its base price is US$56,395, including a mandatory destination fee of US$995. For context, the i3 starts at $45,445.
Unconfirmed details Publish Press forum Bimmer Post Claims that electric vehicles will be retired globally in June 2022 (and Current 7 series with X1). However, BMW has not officially stated when it will stop manufacturing the i3 for the global market, let alone what — if any — will replace the model.Although it seems to be everywhere, it is Decades-long research project His goal is to figure out how to make a BMW city car. We will see another one sooner or later.
As a side note, BMW’s head of design Adrian van Hooydonk told us that i3 broke the tradition of the Bavarian brand. Automatic blog This car barely made its debut without the iconic kidney grille. Leaving it would make the front end look weird. The kidneys were part of the defining BMW design, so they were eventually retained.