BMW i3 (front angle)

The BMW i3 is an electric vehicle designed for urban environments.
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BMW i3 (carriage doors)

The 2+2 uses carriage doors to maximize access to the rear seats.
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BMW i3 (front)

Formerly called the Megacity Vehicle, the EV is powered by a 125 kW electric motor that offers drivers an 80-mile range.
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BMW i3 (rear angle)

The BMW i3 has a 0-60 mph of less than 8 seconds, which is on par with other electric cars on the market, and its high-speed charger achieves an 80 percent battery charge in just 1 hour.
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BMW i3 (rear)

To achieve high efficiency, the i3 uses BMW's LifeDrive architecture, which features a carbon passenger cell, to keep the vehicle weight down to a low 2,755 pounds.
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BMW i3 (side)

The BMW i3 uses renewable materials throughout the vehicle.
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BMW i3 (interior)

Parts of the i3's instrument panel and door panels are made from natural fibers.
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BMW i3 (seats)

The 2+2's seats are clothed in naturally tanned leather.
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BMW i3 (cargo)

The i3's rear seats fold flat to reveal more cargo capacity.
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