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BMW i3 Production Process (VIDEOS)

In case you would like to see how the BMW i3 is made, the three videos below give an extensive view of the BMW i3 production process (over the course of 1 hr and 20 minutes).

I’ll admit that the nuts & bolts (literally) of car production aren’t really my thing, but I’m assuming some of you would really appreciate this. Enjoy!

Check out other BMW i3 goodies here.

 
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