Using a base model i3, the rendering artist lowered the car and added the 19″ alloy wheels from the F80/F82 M3/M4. The front bumper also gets the M treatment with large intakes.
The front wings have sprouted gills, and there’s a quad-exit exhaust at the back.
The other “i” model that won’t get the M treatment is the 2014 BMW i8. While the progressive hybrid sportscar does well on track (see our review here), the i8 was not built with high-performance in mind either, but rather with the perfect balance between driving dynamics and efficient dynamics.