Here are our latest and most revealing photos showing the new BMW i3 out on test.
BMW continiues the strip tease on the i3 and now we can clearly see the roofline and lower parts of the front bumper without cammo.
We can also see the lines of those classical BMW kidneys and the window line in the rear doors.
And when we look at the side photos we are slighly chocked, will this be one of the first BMW i modern time that is missing the Hofmeister kink?
The Hofmeister kink was introduced back in 1961 and has been on almost every BMW since then.
BMW has revealed that an optional range extender, a twin-cylinder gasoline engine borrowed from BMW’s motorcycle range will increase the 80-100 mile range to approximately 186 miles.
The i3’s chassis will be fully composed of aluminum and store the battery to help lower the center of gravity. Attached to this will be a carbon fiber body, whose construction serves as a safety cell for occupants.