Founded in 1916, this Munich, Germany-based automaker has grown to be a global powerhouse. Under its Ultimate Driving Machine mantra, BMW created the blueprint for the modern sport sedan. More recently, this full-line luxury manufacturer of cars and SUVs launched its i sub-brand of sustainable performance and city cars.
It's a pricey proposition, too, with its base model starting at $73,900.
We've already driven it, but we still have no idea what it looks like.
Unwanted shocks are not only unpleasant, they're dangerous.
With carbon-fiber construction and an advanced powertrain, the i8 Roadster is a forward-looking convertible.
An easy-to-use touchscreen, with a redundant rotary control knob, makes the BMW i8's infotainment system a cinch to operate.
BMW's carbon-fiber toy mixes plug-in efficiency with eye-popping style and driving fun.
The range extender will continue to be offered in other markets, including the US.
The battery is available on both the standard i3 and the sportier i3s.