As expected from the popular tuner, the first “i” vehicles will get an aggressive bodykit that will enhance the current sporty look, for the i8, while the i3 turns from an electric city car into an EV racer.
BMW i3 went on sale in Europe last November while the U.S. customers will get their first units in March. BMW i8 goes globally on sale in early Spring as well. Rumors say that only 200 i8 vehicles will be available this year in the US.
In Germany, the BMW i8 starts at €126,000, while in the UK it will cost £ 99,125. The U.S. market will also get the BMW i8 in 2014 at a base price of $135,700.