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BMW's 2017 model-year i3 has a 114-mile single-charge range, according to the EPA.
At EVS29, BMW announces a new home energy system that uses new or old i3 battery packs.
The 2017 BMW i3 will cost $1,200 more than the 2016 model, but you'll get a lot more for your money.
BMW's lawsuit stems from range-extended i3's highway performance at low battery levels.
Los Angeles is plugging some electric vehicles into its city fleet, including a Tesla Model S and a BMW i3.
BMW i3 range-extender software for California vehicles can be tweaked to enable larger gas displacement, longer driving range.
DVDs, movies and now the a plug-in car. In Japan, you can buy the BMW i3 electric vehicle on Amazon.
Tear-down expert Munro & Associates analyzes BMW i3 plug-in and finds enough there to call it the best-engineered car in decades. Since the Ford Model T, in fact.
The BMW i3, especially when wearing its Capparis White paint job, already looks a bit like some sort of futuristic escape pod launched to Earth from a spaceship. It was only a matter of time until the electric car got touched by the eager hands of a tuner to make it even more eye-popping. It is, after all, a BMW. Japanese tuner Garage Eve.Ryn appears to be th
Apple unveiled details about its long-awaited Apple Watch yesterday and we now know that the $349, er, watch will be released to the public early next year. Amid the millions of features the watch has is the ability to provide real-time information on the battery charge level in a BMW Danny King
*UPDATE: Nissan has released a video of the Leaf in Puerto Rico, so we've embedded it below.
Gift to the world or trade bait? Tesla Motors announced this week it would open its patents for other automakers to use. That has analysts guessing whether the California-based electric-vehicle maker is looking to either swap trade secrets with other automakers or to expand the proverbial pie that represents the plug-in vehicle market. For its part, Tesla says the answer is
As electric vehicles proliferate and people try to conserve energy, moves toward smart charging seem only natural. Now, BMW is offering smarter charging, and it should mean more money in the pockets of its customers when they charge at home.