BMW updated its website with the upcoming i4 model on Wednesday, unveiling a completely-electric Gran Coupé design set for release from the company. The European vehicle features five full-size seats, and a balanced, Gran Coupé design which will surely have EV enthusiasts’ heads turning.
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The 2022 i4 Gran Coupe will have various trim levels, with the high-end model producing 530 horsepower and capable of 0 to 60 mph time of roughly four seconds. An M Performance version will be available.
No pricing was shared for the BMW i4 yet, but expect this EV to try to compete against the Tesla Model S and other sedan rivals.
The car will also feature BMW’s iDrive, the company’s driver assistance system offering 5G connectivity, over-the-air updates, and “My Modes,” a feature allowing drivers to create personal driving profiles – and if these profiles are anything like what Tesla’s planning to do, drivers may even be able to select their personal profiles anytime they hop into a new BMW car.
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