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BMW i3 and BMW i8 Concept 750x500 Worldwide sales of BMW i3 and i8 exceed 30,000 units in 2015

Worldwide sales of BMW i3 and i8 exceed 30,000 units in 2015

BMW i | July 10th, 2015 by Horatiu Boeriu

At the end of the first half of 2015, the BMW i sub-brand has cracked another important mark: Over 30,000 copies of the BMW i3 …

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A magnetic braking primer: BMW i3 versus Tesla 70D

BMW i | July 10th, 2015 by Chris Llana

The most revolutionary aspect of modern electric vehicles, from a driver’s perspective, is almost certainly single-pedal speed control.  This intuitive feature is shared by the …

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Why you can’t get AM Radio in your BMW i3

BMW i | July 9th, 2015 by Horatiu Boeriu

One of the most technologically advanced cars in the U.S., the BMW i3, doesn’t offer the old school AM radio. Those of you that still …

Top 10 Plug In Electric Cars In US – Sales 4 Top 10 Plug In Electric Cars In US

Top 10 Plug-In Electric Cars In US

News | July 7th, 2015 by Horatiu Boeriu

Plug-in electric car sales in the US are approaching 350,000 units. At the end of June the number was over 345,000. Year 2015 is the …

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BMW i3 REx One Year Review

BMW i | June 29th, 2015 by Tom Moloughney

Well that went by fast. After waiting patiently for years for BMW to bring the “Megacity” car, their first production electric vehicle to market, my …

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BMW i3 starts as a second car in many families

3-Series, BMW i | June 28th, 2015 by Horatiu Boeriu

Since it went on sale last year, the new BMW i3 and i8 hybrid sportscar sold to nearly 27,000 customers worldwide. By any standards, the …

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Five Reasons Why BMW Shouldn’t Go Fully Electric – Yet

BMW i, Models | June 19th, 2015 by Vanja Kljaic

Some believe that within the next two three decades, most car makers will be fully running on electric power or that conventional-powered vehicles will be …

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