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i3 (i-Like i-Want) – BMW’s Urban City Concept Car

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BMW describes their creation, as “The BMW i3 Concept with eDrive is an uncompromisingly sustainable vehicle designed for urban areas. Driven purely by electric power and purpose-built to meet the demands of sustainable and emission-free mobility. It embodies an intelligent form of urban transportation and commuting.”

They continue to lavish proudness stating, “The BMW i3 Concept is a well-resolved all-round concept, with every detail conceived and optimised to fulfil its ultimate purpose.”

The i3 features a striking front end designed to be clear and uncluttered. The conspicuously molded kidney grille dominants the front with the hallmark BMW i blue background. The use of eye-catching LED headlights ushers in a fresh take on BMW’s light design that is also used in the i8 concept.

The rear of the vehicle is not left out and instead was designed immaculately featuring U-shaped lights built into the rear window (which are like the headlights), and appears to be floating in the glass. The lights on the i3 are reminiscent of the sumptuous Audi front and rear lights that are a striking feature of the Audi R8.

The interior is ultra futuristic and what better way to show it off than with images, which are each worth a thousand words.

 

 

Posted 29th Jan 2012
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