According to Motoring.au, in 2016, there will be no new models joining the BMW i line-up, including the highly-rumored i5 and i8 Spyder.
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“The i8 is selling well enough now, so the lineup doesn’t strictly need it,” a senior BMW source said to Motoring.
“We are doing it, we are just doing it slowly because it’s not all we are doing,” the source said in reference to the i8 Spyder.
This year, BMW celebrates its 100th birthday with the release of four concept cars across all brands – BMW, MINI, Rolls-Royce and Motorrad – but it’s still unknown what the BMW anniversary concept car will be.