The first purely electric BMW Gran Coupé is equipped with fifth generation BMW eDrive technology, offers an outstanding range of up to 372 miles, alongside an elegant design and modern aesthetics signals a new chapter in BMW’s history - the first purely electric series production model in the BMW premium midsize segment, which is due to enter production in 2021.
The new BMW Concept i4 has a subtle yet impactful presence thanks to clear surface design, a fastback-style roofline and the gently sculptured form, which are complemented by the modern Frozen Light Copper exterior finish. Adding to this are blue elements at the front, side and rear, which is a nod to its BMW i origins. Inside, the light and airy design, which is accentuated by a full-length Panoramic glass roof, creates a relaxed feel – a perfect ambience for the electric drive experience.
The BMW i4 is also loaded with design elements that catch your eye. Instantly noticeable is the large closed-off double kidney grille and two freestanding LED elements on either side. From the rear, slim L-shaped rear lights continue the theme to create a refined look, while exclusively styled wheels offer enhanced aerodynamics and a stylish side profile. Stepping inside, the Curved Display and the toggle-type shifter for gear selection are standout features that have been beautifully crafted to complement the chic decor.
It provides a whole new take on the dynamic excellence for which BMW is renowned and blends a modern, elegantly sporty design with the spaciousness and functionality of a four-door Gran Coupe – all while generating zero local emissions.
The modern, elegant exterior represents a deliberate counterpoint to the dynamic flair of the driving experience. The perfectly resolved Gran Coupe proportions create an authentic, modern and confident appearance. The long wheelbase, fastback roofline and short overhangs form a basic profile brimming with elegance and dynamism. With its four doors, the BMW Concept i4 offers not only a high level of everyday usability and practicality, but also a much larger interior than the car’s modern and dynamic proportions would immediately suggest.