The new BMW i3 went on sale in Western Europe back in November and to the end of the month there were a over 400 i3 units registrations. According to Eagle Aid via InsideEVs, just 121 new registrations of i3 were reported in Germany and 469 year-to-date.
Sales of the i3 began in the middle of November and with production ramping up, the December numbers should be significantly higher.
Globally BMW reports that over 8,000 pre-orders for the car have been placed. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (without Destination & Handling) in the US will be $41,350, before any federal or state incentives. The Destination & Handling fee in the US is currently $925. The BMW i3 with range extender option starts at $45,200.
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BMW Group also announced the base price of 34,950 Euros for the BMW i3 in Germany.