The future is electric according to BMW, or at least combined with a range extender in the form of a 3 cylinder diesel engine, as the rumours suggest that will be found under the hood of the i3, alongside the electric motors and lithium-ion batteries. As it has been extensively reported by a large variety of automotive media, the electric future of BMW will reach production in the form of two all new models, the i3 and the i7. The former has been caught by our spy photographers undergoing testing, yet this time revealing a few more details.
To be more precise, this time the roof is fully uncovered as is the biggest part of the greenhouse. We are shocked to realise that there is no Hofmeister kink in the rear side windows, a BMW design trademark since its introduction back in 1961. On the other hand, the, also traditional, kidney grill is still there, as it is clearly outlined behind the coloured swirly camouflage. Finally, the lower part of both the front and rear bumpers is left uncovered, but we need the i3 to loose more camouflage, before we can create a clear picture of the production version in our imagination.
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