Despite not launching until 2021, BMW has revealed drivetrain details of the upcoming i4 electric model.
The Bavarian marque says the i4’s electric motor will produce around 390kW, which is close to the power level of the brand’s 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8.
With a weight of 550kg, the newly designed 80kWh high-voltage battery pack will offer a driving range of approximately 600 kilometres.
Speaking of the battery pack, with a 150kW fast charger it can be replenished to 80 per cent in 35 minutes. If you’re in a hurry, six minutes of fast charging can add 100km of range.
Performance-wise, BMW claims the 0-100km/h sprint takes around 4.0 seconds, while the top speed will exceed 200km/h.
By 2023, BMW Group will have 25 models with electrified powertrains that include plug-in hybrids along with the purely electric iX3 and iNEXT.
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