The 2015 BMW i3 has been recently reviewed by the guys from Kelley Blue Book, the entire review being also showcased in an interesting video.
The video is trying to showcase the capability of the i3 electric of handling the rough tests on the road, which might prove that the electric car is still worthy of bearing the BMW name. In case you are curious enough to see if it has passed the tests, then hit the play button below and enjoy the ride!
But the i3 electric is a genuine BMW, the first model from the company to come with a synchronous electric motor, hooked to a 22-kWh lithium-ion battery and developing 170 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque.
The BMW i3 electric hit Europe first and then headed to the United States this spring, where the model was set to have a MSRP price of $41,350, while the range extender came with a higher $45,200. But that didn`t stop the model to be successful, as it managed to be sold in 1,363 units in one month.