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BMW i9 planned


The German based automaker BMW is planning to introduce a hotter version of the i8, which will be called the i9, for its centenary celebrations, in 2016. BMW is not letting the “i” brand go with just two models, the i3 and the i8, and it is actually planning of expanding it, with a new member, the i9, which should be ...
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