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At first sampling then, the i3 is an appealing electric car. It may not have been the first on the market, but starting from scratch has been worth the wait.
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The batteries in the i3 give a realistic range in everyday conditions of about 70 – 80 miles when fully charged – that’s more than the Fisker Karma.
Getting the i3 going is unconventionally simple. The gear selector is mounted on the steering column marked D-N-R, with a chunky rocker switch at the end.
Power from the batteries are sent to the rear wheels in traditional BMW fashion via a single-speed transmission.
This compact BMW is similar in size to the Ford Fiesta, but the tall and narrow proportions gives the i3 a presence more towards a compact-MPV.