In 2020, buyers who want an electric alternative to anything in the Tesla range won’t find it inside a BMW store. That will change in the coming months, because the German carmaker is busily bringing at least three battery-powered models to production. It previewed one by unveiling a concept named i4 during an online press conference.
The 3 Series-sized i4 will stand proud as BMW’s first electric sedan. The concept that previews it wears the proportions normally associated with the firm’s cars, meaning it’s characterized by a long hood and a short trunk lid. The fastback-like roofline earns it the Gran Coupe label currently worn by the 2, the 4, and the 8.
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