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BMW i.

BMW i

BMW ELECTROMOBILITY.

THE CURRENT BMW i SERIES.

Accompany us on a journey through the history of BMW electric cars. Since 2010, BMW i has been working on cars with fully electric and partially electric drives. And at the same time developing a new holistic approach to automotive engineering and sustainability. Discover the models of the BMW i series.

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    BMW i7 M70 Limousine
    BMW i7 M70 Limousine
    • 485 (659) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 3.7 Sec
    BMW M

    BMW i7 M70 xDrive Sedan.

    BMW i7 M70 xDrive[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 23.3–20.8; Electric range, WLTP in km: 488–560

    BMW i7 xDrive60 Limousine
    • up to 400 (544) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 4.7 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW i7 Sedan.

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Limousine
    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Limousine
    • 442 (601) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 3.8 Sec
    BMW M

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Sedan.

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Sedan[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 20.6–18.2; Electric range, WLTP in km: 455–516

    BMW i5 eDrive40
    • up to 250 (340) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 6 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW i5 Sedan.

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring
    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring
    • 442 (601) kw (PS)
    • 0–100 in 3.9 Sec
    BMW M

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring.

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 20.8–18.3; Electric range, WLTP in km: 445–506

    BMW i5 eDrive40 Touring
    • up to 250 (340) kw (hp)
    • 0–100 in 6.1 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW i5 Touring.

    BMW i4 M50 Gran Coupé
    BMW i4 M50 Gran Coupé
    • 400 (544) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 3.9 Sec
    BMW M

    BMW i4 M50 Gran Coupé.

    BMW i4 M50[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 22.5–18.1; Electric range, WLTP in km: 414–519

    BMW i4 eDrive35 Gran Coupé
    • up to 210 (286) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 6 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW i4 Gran Coupé.

    BMW iX M60
    BMW iX M60
    • 455 (619) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 3.8 Sec
    BMW M

    BMW iX M60 Sports Activity Vehicle.

    BMW iX M60[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 24.7-22.0; Electric range, WLTP in km: 500–563

    BMW iX xDrive50
    • up to 385 (523) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 4.6 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW iX.

    BMW iX3
    • up to 210 (286) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 6.8 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW iX3.

    BMW X2 sDrive18d
    • up to 110 (150) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 8.9 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW iX2.

    BMW iX1 xDrive30
    • up to 230 (313) kW (hp)
    • 0–100 in 5.6 Sec
    BMW i

    BMW iX1.

    FURTHER TOPICS.

    i Series Hub Sustainability

    SUSTAINABILITY.

    BMW i7 connected to a charging station in front of an office building

    BMW ELECTROMOBILITY.

    BMW i5 parked in front of a financial institute

    BMW FINANCIAL SERVICES.

    OVERVIEW: THE HISTORY OF THE BMW i MODELS.

    Discover the future of mobility right now. Sporty or powerful, a luxury saloon or a comfortable SUV: we have BMW i models for every situation.

    BMW i5.

    The BMW i5 is the all-electric version of the business saloon. Driving dynamics combine with a sporty design and intelligent driver assistance systems.

    BMW i5 Touring

    THE FIRST GENERATION (G61).

    Fully electric and brimming with possibilities, the new BMW i5 Touring offers plenty of space for whatever you have planned. Boasting a luggage compartment capacity of 570–1700 litres and an all-electric range of 483–560 km[1], it is versatile enough to be used for everyday around-town driving and for longer journeys. It produces an impressively sporty 250 kW (340 hp) on the road, and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.1 seconds. The BMW i5 Touring includes intelligent driver assistance systems to support the driver in challenging driving or parking situations.


    And, apart from its spacious luggage compartment capacity, the design of the BMW i5 Touring also exudes sportiness and style. Precise contours and elongated lines shape its appearance. Its illuminated BMW "Iconic Glow" kidney grille imposingly accentuates the front of the vehicle especially at night. Combined with the new and expressive front headlight design, it defines BMW's characteristic 'four-eyed face'.


    The very best entertainment awaits you in the interior. Whether you are into video streaming, gaming or music through the exceptional sound system – there's a wide range of options to choose from, elevating every trip into a multimedia experience. Music, in particular, sounds crystal-clear through the Bowers & Wilkins Surround Sound System. Featuring 16 loudspeakers and a subwoofer, the Surround Sound System delivers 655 watts of power for a totally sublime immersive audio performance.

    BMW i5 eDrive40 Touring[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 19.3–16.5; Electric range, WLTP in km: 483–560

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring

    BMW i5 M60 xDRIVE TOURING (G61).

    The all-electric BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring leaves no local emissions. However, its sporty driving style and dynamic design combine to leave a lasting impression wherever it goes.

    With its powerful 442 kW (601 hp), it can reach a top speed of 230 km/h, and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds. And, thanks to its M Sport braking system, it also comes to a stop as quickly as it accelerates. Its adaptive M suspension Professional reacts just as quickly to any situation and, together with Integral Active Steering, delivers total comfort and control.
     

    This performance impressively demonstrates its motorsport pedigree, at the same time delivering an all-electric range of 445–506 km[1].

    With a luggage compartment capacity of 570–1700 litres, this electric vehicle provides plenty of space for everyday driving around town and for longer trips – and yet still exudes sportiness. Its M rear spoiler helps to create a very dynamic look, as do details, like the hand-crafted M carbon exterior mirror caps. Other exclusive design features of the M high-gloss Shadowline exterior trim complete the exterior of the vehicle. The illuminated BMW "Iconic Glow" kidney grille is truly eye-catching at night, with its integrated M logo further underlining the pure motorsport origins of the vehicle externally too.

    But the vehicle emanates its M heritage in the interior as well. Its M sport seats offer perfect support, particularly in dynamic driving situations, while M-specific displays on the instrument display further underline the sporty driving style of the vehicle. The BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring can also be fitted with vegan interior equipment on request.

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 20.8–18.3; Electric range, WLTP in km: 445–506

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive Touring[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 20.8–18.3; Electric range, WLTP in km: 445–506

    BMW i5 Sedan in Frozen Pure Grey Metallic on a coastal road in the Mediterranean

    THE FIRST GENERATION (G60).

    In 2023, the BMW i5 sedan heralds a new age. It’s the first model in the BMW 5 Series with an all-electric drive system. With 250 kW (340 hp) of power, the BMW i5 eDrive40 sedan is exciting and sporty to cruise in. Its range of 582 km[1] lends it everyday practicality and ensures peace of mind over long distances. Extensive assistance systems such as the Driving Assistant Professional and BMW Live Cockpit Professional ensure greater safety and comfort.

    Visually, the BMW i5 sedan follows in the successful footsteps of the BMW 5 Series, with functional design details added. Its appearance has the typical proportions of a BMW, with a long wheelbase, extended bonnet and flowing roofline. Highlights such as the illuminated BMW Iconic Glow kidney grille, large panoramic glass sunroof and crystalline Interaction Bar emphasize its luxurious nature.

    BMW i5[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 18.9–15.9; Electric range, WLTP in km: 498–582 

    BMW i5 Sedan M60 xDrive in Fire Red Metallic, parked on the roof of a brightly coloured parking garage

    BMW i5 M60 xDRIVE SEDAN (G60).

    The BMW i5 M60 xDrive sedan delivers the power of a BMW M. A sprightly 442 kW (601 hp) translates to a maximum speed of 230 km/h. It can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds. And thanks to the BMW M Sport braking system, it stops quickly as well. The intelligent BMW xDrive all-wheel drive adapts the vehicle to new conditions in fractions of a second. The result is optimum traction and stability. The Integral Active Steering is equally flexible – nimble when parking and stable at high speeds. With a purely electric range of up to 516 km[1], it’s ideally equipped for both everyday trips and long journeys.

    Visually, the performance of the BMW i5 M60 xDrive sedan is reflected in its appearance. At night, in particular, the illuminated radiator grille with BMW kidney Iconic Glow is a real eye-catcher. If desired, the exterior can be further enhanced with carbon parts, such as painstakingly handmade exterior mirrors. Or the M rear spoiler, which makes the vehicle even more stable at high speeds.


    The interior is sporty as well. Breathable sports seats offer optimum support. Iconic M-style indicators enhance the instrument display for an exciting and dynamic look. If desired, the cockpit can be transformed into a concert hall, with the optional Bowers & Wilkins Surround Sound System. 17 loudspeakers and 655 watts give the full range of emotion to your favourite songs.

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 20.6–18.2; Electric range, WLTP in km: 455–516

    BMW i7.

    The BMW i7 is the first all-electric luxury saloon. It combines electric performance and exciting entertainment to create an unforgettable driving experience.

    BMW i7 Sedan in Frozen Deep Grey Metallic, parked beneath the roof of a futuristic building

    THE FIRST GENERATION (G70).

    Since 2022, the BMW 7 Series (G70) as the new face of the luxury class has seen the light of day by combining pure elegance with outstanding driving characteristics and multi-sensory entertainment.

    On the outside, the iconic front and a monolithic design language attract all attention. The illuminated kidney contour and the two-part, slimline LED headlights lend elegance at first glance and are also available on request in a particularly noble version as BMW crystal headlights 'Iconic Glow' with backlit Swarovski elements. In combination with the impressive lighting of the "Great Entrance Moments" welcome scenario, this creates an image of outstanding and exclusive personality.

    In the interior, high-quality materials such as 'Merino' leather, cashmere wool and Swarovski crystals spread a luxurious ambience. Combined with modern technology ergonomically designed for the driver, the result is an impressive interplay of elegance, comfort and innovation: the multifunctional control element of the BMW Interaction Bar, for example, sets a captivating accent with its crystalline appearance and combines visual and haptic controls. Together with the high-resolution, 14.9'' BMW Curved Display, this creates a unique, multimedia cockpit.

    In the new BMW i7, however, the driving experience is not just reserved for the driver. Passengers also enjoy full comfort. The optional 31.3'' BMW Theatre Screen creates a large-scale cinema atmosphere. Together with the crystal-clear sound and 4D audio of the optional Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System, the result is a unique rear seat experience that also sends eyes and ears on a journey. 

    The luxury-class 7 Series Sedan is available as an all-electric pioneer BMW i7 since 2022. Thanks to an output of 335–485 kW (455–659 hp) and an all-electric range of more than 600 km[1][2], you can enjoy maximum dynamic and flexible sustainable and locally emission-free mobility. Specially composed by Hans Zimmer, BMW IconicSounds Electric accompany every driving mode with a special soundscape to make the driving experience even more immersive and impressive.


    Production period: Since 2022

    Engines: 2 electric engines (335–485 kW, 455–659 hp)

    Range: up to 625 kilometers[1][2]

     

    BMW i7[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 23.7–18.4; Electric range, WLTP in km: 490–625

    BMW i7 M70 xDrive Sedan in Individual Two-Tone paint in a modern architectural construction with a mountain panorama in the background

    BMW i7 M70 xDRIVE (G70).

    In 2023, the BMW i7 M70 is where the e-mobility of the new luxury class meets powerful M high performance: thanks to its mighty 485 kW (659 hp), the strong BMW M eDrive motors accelerate the vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h in only 3.7 seconds. Executive Drive Pro with Integral Active Steering and Adaptive 2-axle air suspension included as a standard feature provides an extra boost to the level of driving dynamics. At the same time, thanks to innovative BMW eDrive technology, you enjoy the benefits of practically silent and emission-free driving. Lightweight construction measures and aerodynamic design offer maximum efficiency and a purely electric range of 490–559[1][2] km, enabling you to comfortably reach every destination on your daily schedule.

    The exterior impressively translates the performance characteristics of the BMW i7 M70 to the outside. Together with the extended M high-gloss Shadow Line, the equipment features in black high-gloss set exclusive accents and, in combination with the aerodynamically optimised M rear spoiler and the black M Sport brakes, they also send out a signal of sporting prowess.

    From the front, the distinctive kidney grille interplays with the IconicGlow illuminated kidney grille display to transmit a strong personality, and this truly eye-catching effect is not only restricted to the night. The unique selling point in terms of exclusivity and elegance is provided by the twin colours of the optionally available BMW Individual two-tone paint finishes.

    The athleticism and elegance displayed by the BMW i7 M70 on the exterior is equally matched by the luxury and utter comfort of the interior design. Creating this effect are high-quality materials such as cashmere wool and Swarovski crystals alongside innovative technologies such as the BMW Interaction Bar and the BMW Curved Display. In the rear, the 31.3'' BMW Theatre Screen sends the passengers on a visual journey fit for cineasts, which, when accompanied by the 4D audio of the optional Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System, sets acoustic benchmarks as well.

    Production period: from 2023

    Motors: 2 electric engines 485 kW (659 hp))

    Range: up to 559 kilometres[1][2]

    BMW i7 M70 xDrive[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 23.7–20.8; Electric range, WLTP in km: 488–560

    BMW iX.

    The vehicle of a new generation. The all-electric BMW iX offers sustainable luxury. Elegant minimalism. State-of-the-art motor technology. Here, maximum comfort meets a monolithic design and a unique feeling of spaciousness.

    BMW iX Electric SUV in Autumn Red driving on a main street in an urban setting.

    THE FIRST GENERATION (i20).

    The purist form of the BMW iX with minimal but characteristic lines and seamlessly integrated details that boast a pioneering spirit. What’s more, there is the front T-shape with the slimmest headlamp strips ever built by BMW, combined with the expressive, upright double kidney. Recessed door handles, frameless doors and the generously rectangular contours of the wheel arches unite to create a confident, modern aura.

    But the BMW iX is also technically impressive with two powerful electric motors and the BMW xDrive all-wheel electric drive. The BMW iX xDrive40 edition produces a total output of more than 240 kW (326 hp) with a range of 403–435 km[1][2]. The driving experience is heightened to an even greater extent in the BMW iX xDrive 50, with 385 kW (523 hp) and a range up to 587–633 km[1][2]. Using fast charging stations (IONITY High Power Charging Stations), the battery can be charged from 10 to 80 percent in less then 40 minutes.

    The new iDrive and the comprehensive assistance systems combine with the chassis and drive unit to create an extraordinary driving experience that signals the future: Technical progress, precision and luxury are united in this premium SAV.

    Production period: from the end of 2021

    Engines: Electric motor (240–455[4] kW, 326–619[4] PS)

    Range: 403 – 633 kilometers[1][2]

    BMW iX[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 24.7–19.4; Electric range, WLTP in km: 403–633

    BMW iX M60 Electric SUV in Storm Bay Metallic driving on a worn dirt road in the middle of nature

    BMW iX M60 (i20).

    The BMW iX M60 is the first electric car in the M SUV segment. It brings powerful, locally emission-free performance to everyday driving.

    Two all-electric BMW eDrive motors deliver a masterful 455 kW (619 hp). The 1015 Nm torque is constantly ready for a sprint. With BMW IconicSounds Electric, even the sound is a truly exceptional experience. A range of up to 633 kilometres[1] carries you to any everyday destination without problem.

    On the outside, a progressive design language predominates: monolithic, sporty and modern. And the dynamic front section with vertical double kidney grille, narrow twin headlights and three-piece front apron is a real show-stopper. From the side, 22" M aerodynamic wheels in Titanium Bronze cannot fail to impress. The rear end with Shadowline headlights is just as striking. And from above, the optional panoramic Sky Lounge glass sunroof floods the interior with light.

    The interior is clear and minimalist. Technology is ever-present, but intelligently concealed. Here, shy tech is the name of the game: state-of-the-art technology is elegantly incorporated in the design. The loudspeakers are invisibly integrated in the interior, for example. Buttons are reduced to the essentials. The effect of the installed technology is therefore both stylish and innovative. On the frameless BMW Curved Display, the intelligent functions of the BMW Live Cockpit Professional bring you to your destination in comfort and elegance, with intuitive touch or voice control.

    BMW iX M60[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 24.7–22.0; Electric range, WLTP in km: 500–563

    BMW i4.

    The BMW i4 is BMW’s first all-electric Gran Coupé. Here, excellent, electrically powered driving dynamics, comfort and everyday practicality are redefined. As the powerful BMW i4 M50, it embodies the DNA of the BMW M.

    Tansanitblue Metallic BMW i4 Gran Coupé on a mountainous road in the proximity of a lake, with the sunrise in the background

    THE FIRST GENERATION (G26).

    Striking and superior: these are the all-electric BMW Gran Coupé models. The dynamic, slanted headlamps contribute to the four-door’s expressive character, as do the rear wheel arches and rear side windows which rise toward the tail.

    Delivering up to 400 kW (544 hp) from an electric drive means unparalleled driving dynamics thanks to maximum torque, whatever the speed. The BMW i4 glides along smoothly while the occupants enjoy the comfort of its almost silent ride. And the meticulous, precise chassis and steering design always provide the best possible control. Sophisticated weight distribution and the interaction of the suspension and drive components all play decisive roles. The range of up to 589 kilometers (BMW i4 eDrive40)[1][2] makes this electric vehicle extremely versatile and ideally suited to everyday use.

    Production period: 2021 – today

    Engines: Electric motor (210 – 400 kW, 286 – 544 hp)

    Range: 406 – 589 kilometers[1][2]

    BMW i4[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 22,5–15,8; Electric range, WLTP in km: 406–589

    Mineral White Metallic BMW i4 M50 Gran Coupé driving at high velocity on a wide road through the desert

    BMW i4 M50 (G26).

    The BMW i4 M50 offers the sporty performance of a BMW M – powered fully by electricity. It is driven by two fifth-generation BMW M eDrive motors. In Sport Boost mode, it delivers a powerful 400 kW (544 hp), seamlessly catapulting it from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds, accompanied by the expressive soundtrack of BMW M IconicSounds Electric. The high-performance M Sport braking system brings it just as powerfully to a stop. The Adaptive M suspension, installed as standard, ensures maximum precision and also peace of mind, because the fully electric range of up to 519 kilometres[1] means that long distances are no problem either.

    On the exterior, this fusion of BMW M and BMW i is evident not just in details like the M logo in the kidney grille or the iconic BMW i blue ring around the BMW logo – the entire design is aerodynamically optimised, from the enclosed M kidney grille to the expressive diffuser elements and M rear spoiler.


    A glance inside the interior reveals a consistently driver-oriented cockpit. The BMW Curved Display is wholly facing the driver. Combined with the streamlined instrument panel, it creates a clear, modern look. The M steering wheel with contrasting stitching in M colours has a sporty appearance but is also pleasingly grippy. The breathable M Sport seats ensure comfort for all passengers. Even if their pulse is quickening!


    Production period: since 2021
    Overall vehicle drive, performance in kW (hp): 400 (544)
    Length/width/height in mm: 4,783 / 1,852 / 1,448

    BMW i4 M50[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 22.5–18.1; Electric range, WLTP in km: 414–519

    BMW iX3.

    As the first all-electric SUV, the BMW iX3 combines sustainable technologies with tried-and-tested SUV characteristics to be comfortable, robust and powerful. Intelligent charging solutions meet maximum driving dynamics. The clear, powerful contours of the design round off the overall picture.

    BMW iX3 Electric SUV in Kashmir Silver Metallic driving down a Mediterranean road

    THE FIRST GENERATION (G08).

    The BMW iX3 with electric drive first comes on the scene in 2021. Even at first sight, the iconic BMW i kidney grilles confidently flaunt the car’s electric nature. Inside, the ambient lighting preset to BMW i Blue as standard gives an air of sustainability. The innovative drive is started by the blue Start/Stop knob. Its responsible approach goes even deeper than this: the electric drive of the BMW iX3 manages entirely without rare earth metals, but at 120–210 kW (163–286 hp) it’s also exceptionally powerful. The sensitivity of braking regeneration, i.e. the recuperation of brake energy, can be set to four different levels to suit your desired driving style. This way, the BMW iX3 can travel up to 461 km[1]. And on the way, it can simply be recharged from 10 to 80 percent[2] in about 31 minutes at a quick-charging station.

    Production period: since 2020
    Overall vehicle drive, performance in kW (hp): electric motor, 120–210 (163–286)
    Length/width/height in mm: 4,734 /1,891 /1,668

    BMW iX3[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 18.9–18.5; Electric range, WLTP in km: 453–461

    BMW iX1.

    The BMW iX1 is BMW’s first compact SUV. The design is both modern and self-confident. Striking proportions meet a monolithic design language. The driving dynamics are powerful and efficient thanks to the BMW eDrive.

    BMW iX1 Electric SUV in alpine white driving down a road through rocky mountain terrain

    THE FIRST GENERATION (U11).

    The BMW iX1 hits the market in 2022. As the first all-electric compact SAV, it is the electric entry-level model among BMW X vehicles.

    On the one hand, it has the powerful readiness to spring into action typical of a BMW X. On the other hand, it boasts the efficiency of BMW eDrive technology. It has an especially flat high-voltage battery, which is installed in the underbody. And an effective recuperation system, which recovers energy generated by braking.


    From the outside, the BMW iX1 emanates sportiness with powerful upright proportions and a prominent front end. At the model launch, blue accents reflect the innovative drive technology under the bonnet. In the modern interior, even longer journeys are a delight. Passengers can enjoy active seats that are individually, electrically adjustable. The elegant, frameless BMW Curved Display enables intuitive control by voice and touch. This is also the interface to the powerful BMW iDrive.


    Production period: since 2022
    Overall vehicle drive, performance in kW (hp): electric motor, 230 kW (313 hp)[3]
    Length/width/height in mm: 4,500 / 1,845 / 1,616

    BMW iX1[1]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 18.1–16.9; Electric range, WLTP in km: 417–439

    BMW i3.

    The BMW i3 is a pioneer. Since its launch, it has combined exceptional driving dynamics with future-oriented technology. The intelligent use of recycled materials brings sustainability to the fore.

    White BMW i3 electric small car driving in front of Roman architecture

    THE FIRST GENERATION (i01).

    The BMW i3 comes onto the market in 2013. Not only is it the first electric BMW in standard production – it’s also the very first production vehicle to combine a passenger cell of carbon-fibre-reinforced plastic with an aluminium chassis. This means it weighs exactly the same as a conventional compact car with combustion engine – despite the battery. In addition, many of its parts are made from renewable raw materials.

    The electric motor produces 125 kW (170 hp) and full torque is available with the first revolution. The BMW i3S, introduced in 2017, runs 10 km/h faster using 135 kW (184 hp). From 2016 the battery has a capacity of 94 Ah. The introduction of the BMW i3 with a 120 Ah cell means that the optional range extender (a gasoline engine to charge the battery) has been unavailable in German models since 2018. The range reaches up to 307 km[1][2] and the battery can be charged to 80% within 42 minutes at a fast charging station[3]. Well over 200,000 vehicles have been built.

     

    A 33.2 kWh battery is added in 2016. And in 2018, this capacity increases all the way up to 42.2 kWh. Now the BMW i3 achieves a range of 307 km (WLTP)[1]. At a quick-charging station with more than 50 kW, it is fully charged in a mere 1.4 hours. Over 250,000 BMW i3 and BMW i3s vehicles have rolled off the production line and onto roads around the world.



    Production period: 2013 – 2022

    Engines: Electric motor (125 – 135 kW, 170 – 184 hp), optional range extender available until 2018 (0.65 l gasoline engine, 28 kW, 38 hp)

    Length/width/height: 3,999 – 4,011 mm/1,775 mm/1,578 mm

    Range (electric): 307 km[1][2]

    BMW i3[1][4]: Energy consumption, combined WLTP in kWh/100 km: 16.6–15.3; Electric range, WLTP in km: 278–307

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

    Consumption and CO2 emissions.

    BMW i4:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 22.5–15.8
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 406–589

    BMW i4 M50:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 22.5–18.1
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 406–589

    BMW iX3:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 18.9–18.5
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 453–461

    BMW iX:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 24.7–19.4
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 404–633

    BMW iX M60:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 21.2–19.5
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 590–633

    BMW iX1:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 18.1–16.9
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 417–439

    BMW i7:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 23.7–18.4
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 490–625

    BMW i7 M70 xDrive:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 23.7–20.8
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 490–559

    BMW i5[6]:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 20.6–15.9
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 455–582

    BMW i5 M60 xDrive[6]:
    Energy consumption in kWh/100 km (combined)[1]: 20.6–18.2
    Electric range in km(combined)[2]: 455–516

    [1] Official data for fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, power consumption and electric range was determined in accordance with the prescribed measuring procedure and corresponds to European Regulation (EC) 715/2007 in the applicable version. For ranges, data determined as per WLTP takes into account any optional equipment (available on the German market in this case). For vehicles that have been newly type approved since 1 January 2021, only the official data according to WLTP exists. In addition, NEDC values are deleted from the certificates of conformity as of 1 January 2023 by EC regulation 2022/195. For more information about NEDC and WLTP measuring procedures visit www.bmw.com/wltp

    Further information about fuel consumption and official model-specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the "Guideline for fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and electric power consumption for new passenger cars", available free of charge at all points of sale, at the Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (DAT), Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern-Scharnhausen, Germany, and under https://www.dat.de/co2/.

    [2] Range depends on various factors, in particular: individual driving style, route characteristics, outside temperature, heating/air conditioning, pre-conditioning.

    [3] The charging performance depends on the state of charge, ambient temperature, individual driving profile and use of auxiliary consumers. The ranges shown are based on the WLTP best case. The charging times apply to ambient temperatures of 23 degrees Celsius after a preceding drive and may differ depending on the usage behaviour.

    [4] Temporary uprating <10 seconds in excess of specified nominal value of 397 kW (540 hp).

    [5] Temporary uprating <10 seconds in excess of specified nominal value of 200 kW (272 hp).

    [6] Provisional figures; any missing figures were unavailable at the time of publication.