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2015 BMW i8

Using an advanced plug-in hybrid drivetrain and carbon fiber construction, the BMW i8 looks like the start of a new era for automobiles.

By Sep. 13, 2013

MSRP: $135,700.00


2015 BMW i8 looks like a future classic (pictures)

At the 2013 Frankfurt auto show BMW showed off the production plug-in hybrid i8 model, a vehicle using carbon fiber construction that may lead the way for the industry.

16 Images By Sep. 13, 2013


BMW i8 Concept Spyder (photos)

A closer look at the topless two seater that will be revealed at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show.

7 Images By Apr. 2, 2012


BMW i3 and i8 Concepts

At the 2011 Frankfurt auto show, BMW points at the next generation of vehicles that look toward efficiency more than luxury.

Sep. 20, 2011


BMW i8 (photos)

A closer look at the BMW i8, the auto manufacturer's upcoming plug-in hybrid performance car.

9 Images By Jul. 29, 2011


BMW takes the top off the i8 hybrid concept

BMW will introduce a two-seater topless version of the i8 at the Beijing motor show later this month.

By Apr. 2, 2012


BMW i8 plug-in hybrid concept (photos)

The BMW i8 demonstrates a new hybrid system for the German carmaker. It uses an electric motor in front and a gas engine at the rear axle, giving the car very fast acceleration, impressive fuel economy, and usable range.

7 Images By Sep. 13, 2011


2011 Frankfurt auto show: BMW i3 and i8 concepts

BMW points at the next generation of vehicles that look toward efficiency more than luxury.

By Nov. 23, 2011


BMW i3 and i8 electric and hybrid cars inaugurate i range

Heads up, posh hippies. BMW's dipped its toes into the world of ethically sourced, sustainably powered motoring with the advent of a new 'i' sub brand.

By Feb. 21, 2011


BMW i8 electric car is lean, green and meaner than ten Simon Cowells

Electric cars are criticised for their limited range and slow recharge times, but we're willing to forgive those foibles when they come in a package that looks as good as the BMW i8.

10 Images By Mar. 3, 2011