BMW's i4 electric sedan is based on the 4 Series Gran Coupe.
The M50 steps up to a dual-motor electric all-wheel drive system.
Total output is stated at 536 horsepower with a rear-biased 586 pound-feet of torque.
19-inch wheels are standard with an option to upgrade to 20s with performance tires.
Up front, the 4 Series' open grille has been replaced by self-healing polymer panels. Small scratches disappear from the glossy surface after just a few warm days.
Aside from the grille, the i4 is indistinguishable from the gasoline-powered 4 Series.
Internally, the electric sedan hides its battery pack beneath the cabin floor, which costs it a bit of second-row and cargo space.
Depending on the wheels chosen, drivers can expect between 227 and 270 miles of range between charges.
At a Level 2 AC station, the 83.9-kilowatt-hour battery charges to full in 8.5 hours.
Plug into a 200-kW DC fast charger to rapidly charge from 10% to 80% in just 30 minutes. BMW includes 2 years of complimentary 30-minute Electrify America sessions for new i4 owners.