BMW i3 Concept - exterior

BMW opened its first i-branded showroom in London, which will feature the updated i3 electric car.
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BMW i3 Concept - charging

The i3 is a170-hp EV that has an approximate 100-mile range and takes between 1 and 4 hours to charge.
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BMW i3 Concept - side

The i3 seats four and is expected to be available with plug-in hybrid powertrain.
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BMW i3 Concept - side

The i3 Concept uses carriage doors and lacks a B-pillar.
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BMW i3 Concept - front row

The i3 will contain three LCDs to provide the driver vehicle information.
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BMW i3 Concept - interior

The front row lacks a protruding center console and tunnel, and instead uses bench-style seating.
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BMW i3 Concept - interior

Bench style seating and a freestanding steering wheel will make it easier for the driver to slide over and exit through the passenger's side if needed in tight parking spaces.
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BMW i3 Concept - cargo

Two BMW i Pedelec e-bikes can be stored in the rear cargo area with the seats folded flat. Bikes can be recharged while in the cargo area.
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BMW i Pedelec

Short for Pedal Electric Cycle, the Pedelec is a folding electric bike.
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BMW i Pedelec

The i Pedelec can assist riders up to 16 mph, and has a 16-25 mile electric range.
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BMW i3 Wall Charging

The BMW i Wallbox high speed charger can recharge the i3's battery up to 80 in one hour.
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