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Experience the Future. Today with BMW i Park Lane.

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The ground-breaking BMW i3 and i8 combine electric mobility with class-leading driving dynamics. The cars are so radically different, we had to build a new factory to develop them – one where we could mould their lightweight carbon fibre bodies, craft their aluminium chassis' and reconfigure their batteries for a lower, more dynamic centre of gravity.

So you can explore the many benefits of owning and running our visionary electric vehicle, we would like to invite you to take an extended test drive. Get behind the wheel for a full day and experience:
Driven by an emission-free electric motor, the BMW i3 guarantees mobility wherever you need it. It's at home anywhere, from the city streets to the country roads.
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*8 year warranty/100,00 mile warranty on the Lithium ion battery, whichever comes first
Government contribution*
0-62mph in 7.2secs
Sport pack now available:
19" BMW i Turbine-spoke style 428 alloy wheel or 19" BMW i Turbine-spoke style 429 alloy wheel
Harman Kardon Loudspeaker System
LED headlights
Sun protection glass
An entirely new concept of sports car, the BMW i8 is more efficient due to its intelligent lightweight construction with carbon fibre and aerodynamic design. It�s more sustainable, with highly efficient BMW eDrive technology and recyclable materials in the interior.
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0-62mph in 4.4secs
Government contribution*
362hp Engine output
Plug-in hybrid system combines BMW TwinPower Turbo three-cylinder petrol engine with an electric motor.
To learn more about BMW i or to enquire about our extended test drive please call 020 3073 5000 or use the buttons below.
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BMW Park Lane
70 Park Lane
London  W1K 7TT
Official fuel economy figures for the BMW i3: mpg N/A, CO2 emissions 0 g/km, nominal power output (electric motor) 75/102 kW/hp at 4,800 rpm; peak power output (electric motor) 125/170 kW/hp, total average energy consumption per 62 miles/100 km (combined cycle) 12.9 kWh. Total range: 118 miles (combined cycle). Customer orientated range: up to 100 miles. Official fuel economy figures for the BMW i8: Weighted combined cycle: 134.5 mpg (2.1 l/100km), CO2 emissions 49 g/km, power output (engine) 170/231 kW/hp, power output (electric motor) 95/131 kW/hp, total average energy consumption per 62 miles/100 km (weighted combined cycle) 11.9 kWh, customer orientated total range up to 373 miles. Maximum electric range value 23 miles, common average electric range value (e-Drive only) up to 23 miles. Figures may vary depending on different factors including but not limited to individual driving style, climatic conditions, route characteristics and preconditioning. The BMW i8 is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) that requires mains electricity for charging.
Test drive subject to applicant status and availability. *Government grant subject to availability at time of order.



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