The first computer generated image representing a modified BMW i3 has just hit the web and it’s allowing the company’s fans to see how the model could look like all pumped up.
After it was officially unveiled, in a world premiere just a few days ago, in simultaneous events held in London, New York and Beijing, the brand new BMW i3 is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the help of a new image. The picture posted above is signed by the guys at Bimmer Post and it represents first virtual tuning of the brand new BMW i3, so if you were wondering what the pumped up version of the electric car will look like, the image in question can provide you with an answer.
As a quick reminder, the new BMW i3 is powered by an internal combustion engine, acting as a generator, which is rated at 170 HP and 184 lb-ft of torque, which is backed up by a synchronous electric motor, which has been developed and produced by the company. The powertrain is “helped” by a 22 kWh lithium-ion battery, which is offering a range of 8 miles. The new BMW i3 has an aluminum chassis and a CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastic) passenger cell mounted on top of it. The BMW i3 has been priced at 34,950 euros in Germany and at 41,350 USD in the United States.