Introducing The Next Generation BMW i4

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2022 BMW i4 Test Drive

BMW already confirm about The New BMW i4 Edition that will release For The upcoming Year, According to The Current News from various German Autos Site, This New i4 will release for 2022 Model Year, That still long time but as we all know German Autos Maker always bring out something special for their new cars, So we deserve to wait for that. The Good news is The Concept of The 2022 i4 already spread out on the internet, So let take a look at the next BMW i4 Concept.

2022 BMW i4 Test Drive

The Concept of 2021 i4

The New 2022 BMW i4 will follow the form set by last year’s i Vision Dynamics concept, which, at the time, would take the name i5. BMW has given no details on the production i4 aside from the release date, but that concept had an electric range of 373 miles (albeit on the very optimistic European test cycle), a top speed of 125 mph, and a zero-to-62-mph time of 4.0 seconds. Unlike the current i3 and i8, the i4 sadly won’t use a carbon-fiber structure.

2021 BMW i4 Prototype

From The 2022 i4 Prototype image above, we can see a good amount of influence from the radical Vision Dynamics concept. The “four-door coupe” silhouette remains, and we can see an angular c-pillar, a decklid with a slight ducktail spoiler lip, and a bluff front end with a sloping hood. The camo on the front end gives the illusion of the presence of small kidney grilles, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see the concept’s massive, blocked-off, conjoined kidneys make it onto the production car. Most of the details are obscured and the head- and taillights aren’t production units, but almost-flush door handles are visible. Like the 4-series Gran Coupe, the i4 looks to be a lift back with a fairly large hatchback opening.

Availability

BMW Group CEO Harald Krueger made the confirmation during the 2018 Geneva auto show, adding that the i4 will be one of the 12 electric cars from BMW that will launch by the end of 2025. The debut of This New i4 Edition will take place in 2021, meaning we should see the car arrive at a 2022 model.

References/Source: Caranddriver.com, Motorauthority.com