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Cars BMW i3 Video (Sleek Sound, Sweet Features)

Published on October 10th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan

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BMW i3 Video (Sleek Sound, Sweet Features)



Here’s a fun, short video on the BMW i3, BMW’s first electric car:

More BMW i3 stories if you want a bit more substance (or fun):

  1. BMW i3 Officially Unveiled
  2. BMW i3 Electric Car — €34,950 ($46,126)
  3. BMW i3 Shifts EV Market With Composites
  4. BMW i3 Production Gets Underway
  5. Tesla CEO Elon Musk Laughs At BMW i3

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is the director of CleanTechnica, the most popular cleantech-focused website in the world, and Planetsave, a world-leading green and science news site. He has been covering green news of various sorts since 2008, and he has been especially focused on solar energy, electric vehicles, and wind energy for the past four years or so. Aside from his work on CleanTechnica and Planetsave, he's the Network Manager for their parent organization – Important Media – and he's the Owner/Founder of Solar Love, EV Obsession, and Bikocity. To connect with Zach on some of your favorite social networks, go to ZacharyShahan.com and click on the relevant buttons.



  • Even Proberen

    The purpose behind BMW I3 is not to be a successful electric car. It is to be a testbed for carbon fiber body technology that can be then applied in premium models in order to make them lighter so that BMW can equip them with smaller engines that comply with upcoming more strict EU emission laws. I3 is too small for typical BMW petrol-head customer and too expensive for anyone else.

    Remember what happened to Audi A2? Same problem here.

    In the meantime Tesla model S is outselling BMW in USA. So instead of preparing answer to their biggest competitor – Bavarian Boyz are acting like business as usual.

    Kodak, Blackberry, Nokia and now BMW are falling victim to same corporate stupidity.

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