Rumors are now going around that BMW has killed off the i5 electric vehicle project. These rumors seem to have originated with “unnamed sources” at BMW, according to BMWBlog, so who knows if they are actually true or not at this point?
Originally published on The Electric BMW i3. By Tom Moloughney Editor’s note: After writing a superb take on Tesla, the Model 3, the Supercharging network, and the auto industry’s response to Tesla these past several years, […]
The product chief of BMW’s “i Series” of electric vehicles, Henrik Wenders, recently gave an interesting interview to Car and Driver where he commented that the “i5” body would utilize the same carbon-fiber reinforced plastics technology […]
2016 looks like it will be an interesting year for electric car sales. We have some significantly upgraded versions of the Nissan LEAF and Chevy Volt, as well as several new entrants to the market — such as […]
The next model in BMW’s i Series of electric vehicles, the i5, is likely to be an SUV, going by rumors coming out of Munich. The possible SUV in question is set to be an fully electric, and […]
New insight into the path that BMW will possibly take with its i Series of electric vehicles is now available following the leak of a number of patent images apparently showing a future BMW concept car. […]
The BMW i3 electric vehicle will be getting its range boosted in 2016, according to German company’s CEO, Harald Krüger. By how much, isn’t yet clear, but presumably to a notable degree considering the growing competition […]
The BMW i5 is apparently already in the planning phase, in spite of the fact that the i3 and i8 haven’t even been released yet, according to an insider at the company. The i3 is set to […]