BMW Group (Bayerische Motoren Werke AG) has launched its third BMW i4 electric sedan in India. The BMW i4 is the company’s first electric car, which debuted last year. It is available in a single BMW i4 eDrive40 Sport model and starts at Rs 69.9 lakhs ex-showroom. It is India’s longest-range electric vehicle with a stated driving range of up to 590 km on a single complete charge.
Electric Sedan i4 Exterior design:
The i4 is a fully electric vehicle of the 4-door Coupe car. the design of the car is based on the same architecture as the contemporary 4-Series Gran Coupe. It gives attractive looks, notably, the front has an iconic tall sealed kidney grille with a signature. Moreover, the car features reprofiled front and rear bumpers, 20-inch M light-alloy wheels, door handles incorporated into the recess, and blue accents. Wrap-around taillamps and a shark-fin antenna are found in the rear. It also includes narrow projector LED headlights integrated with dual LED DRLs, a muscular bonnet, a sloping roofline, frameless doors, and a sharp shoulder line along with its side profile.
Interior Looks of BMW i4:
The BMW i4’s interior is most beautiful with spacious and air-conditioned atmosphere. It has equipped with features ambient lighting, three-zone climate control, an electric sunroof, and a three-spoke steering wheel. It also has a 12.3-inch fully-digital instrument technology, 14.9-inch infotainment system, park assistant, wireless charging, engine start-stop button, ventilated seats, six airbags, and TPMS. it contains three drive modes such as Comfort, EcoPro, and Sport.
BMW i4 Powertrain and Performance:
The BMW i4 has powered by an 83.9kWh battery pack with an electric motor, single-speed gearbox, and power electronics. The electric motor produces 335 horsepower and 430 Nm of peak torque. Furthermore, the car accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 5.7 seconds. It has a WLTP-certified range of 590 kilometers on a single charge. It takes 8.2 hours to fully charge the battery with an 11kW AC three-phase charger. Meanwhile, a 200kW DC fast charging station takes just 31 minutes.