This is what’s called putting your money where your mouth is: because this is a review of our BMW i3. Yes, Pocket-lint went out and bought an electric car many months ago. So think of this coverage – highlighting both good and bad points – as a truly-lived-with review.
BMW introduced the ‘i’ sub-brand back in 2013, with the i3 being the first car in that range (the i8 supercar came a little later). The i3 is a four seat, four-door city car, which is less than four metres long, looks unusual and features a set of ‘suicide doors’ on each side (basically the rear door is hinged at the back so both open from a central point and there’s no B-pillar).
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