2014 BMW i3 To Start in Low-to-Mid-$40,000 Range, Says BMW

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edited September 2014 in BMW

image2014 BMW i3 To Start in Low-to-Mid-$40,000 Range, Says BMW

The 2014 BMW i3 electric vehicle will be priced in the low-to-mid-$40,000 range, when it goes on sale in the U.S. in the second quarter of 2014.

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  • kryptokatkryptokat Member Posts: 7
    Hopefully this won't have the woeful throttle lag of most BMW's these days.
  • garrymgarrym Member Posts: 27
    Not a very nice looking car for $40,000 plus. That will keep some potential buyers away.

    The technology is impressive but that alone isn't going to attract buyers. The i3 will likely sell better in Europe where it will be slightly less in price.
  • transpowertranspower Member Posts: 213
    Looks too frumpy. The i8 will look much better. But I'm waiting for the Porsche Macan S E-Hybrid...
  • tsdriver27tsdriver27 Member Posts: 24
    At that price definitely a niche player.
  • srl99srl99 Member Posts: 37
    Check your electric rates before assuming you will be saving a lot of money on fuel. In PG&E land (Northern California) residences can pay 35c to as much at 50+c/kWH ! "Who killed the electric car? PG&E".
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