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BMW i5 returns as next rumored i Project vehicle

German Automaker May Also Expand Collaboration With Toyota

Bimmer's next i brand car could be a hydrogen fuel-cell 5 Series.

BMW could have a fuel cell vehicle by 2020

German Automaker Would Sell Market FCEV Under 'i' Sub-brand

BMW may start selling its first production hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle by 2020.

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Washington State bridge collapse victim talks about his ordeal

Dan Sligh and his wife were headed for a Memorial Day camping trip yesterday evening when the Interstate 5 bridge over Washington's Skagit River collapsed ahead of his Ram pickup. Sligh said he saw a big puff of dust after a tractor trailer struck a portion of the bridge, and the roadway quickly vanished into the river below. While he applied the brakes, the momentum of his truck and trailer propelled the couple right over the edge. While speaking with

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BMW planning to slot i5 minivan into new range

Imagine you're an auto exec launching a new line of cars. One's a sportscar, the other a city car – pretty much opposite extremes on the spectrum of automotive bodystyles. Do you give them alphanumeric nameplates close to one another? Of course not. You assign them disparate numbers to make room for more models to slot in between.

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BMW i4 and i5 on the way?

With the BMW i3 and i8 guaranteed for production (well, nearly guaranteed), rumors are starting to swirl that BMW will add two more models to its high-efficiency i brand. Likely dubbed the i4 and i5, they will expand on the i3 and i8 platforms, respectively.

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BMW i4 and i5 to focus on affordable performance, families

There are plenty of numbers between three and eight, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that BMW's recently unveiled i sub-brand

AeroVironment to charge up Washington's Electric Highways

Within six months, drivers traveling along Interstate 5 and U.S. Route 2 in the state of Washington will find AeroVironment (AV) charging stations installed every 40 to 60 miles to make the journey a breeze for plug-in vehicles.