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Friday, April 3, 2020

The 5th generation eDrive powertrain on the BMW i4 Concept

Although the Geneva Motor Show 2020 was canceled, BMW still debuted its newest concept car, which has entered the pre-production stage, which will begin in 2021, and also marks the debut of the fifth-generation eDrive powertrain which also be used by BMW iNext and iX3 models.
BMW Concept i4 previews what will become the production-spec i4 in 2021. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3bCdtHC)
For the electric motors, the BMW Concept i4 uses the electric motor that can generate a power of 530 horsepower which is connected with a capacity of 80 kWh battery, which able to take the car to run up to 600 km for a single charged.
BMW Concept i4 previews big grille, bigger power, and a 270-Mile range. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3bCdtHC)
While the exterior design of the BMW Concept i4 is claimed to be quite representative of the production models that will be available next year, one of which is the grille design that looks similar to the grille of the latest BMW 4 Series rendering image shown last year.
BMW Concept i4 interior is dominated by white, gold-bronze and gave looks the concept car it should be. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3bCdtHC)
Just like the BMW iX3 launched previously, the BMW Concept i4 uses the rims with a special design and made of lightweight materials to support the car's aerodynamics. Meanwhile, at the rear there is a lamp with an L-shaped design and a pair of vertical air holes which further emphasizes the car's sporty design, there is also a dual rear diffuser installed on where's the exhausts usually had placed.
BMW Concept i4 uses the rims with a special design and made of lightweight materials to support the car's aerodynamics. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/39uqam6)
The interior is dominated by white, gold-bronze and gave looks the concept car it should be, but also can give a leak of how the interior of the BMW i4 production version. Meanwhile, the most striking thing is the curved screen design that displays the instrument cluster and infotainment, where's the luxurious impression presented by the use of crystal material on the iDrive controller and seat memory button.
BMW also prepares IconicSounds Electric features that can create artificial sounds for BMW electric cars, including the i4. It created by the help of the world's famous composer Hans Zimmer, the system will create different sounds based on the selected driving mode, including Core, Sport, and Efficient. The plans, starting to be marketed next year. And reportedly, the BMW i4 will be built at BMW's main plant in Munich with an additional investment of €200 million (equivalent to Rp.3.1 trillion). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BMW.CO.UK | MOTOR1]
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