I would like for BMW to just deliver the i4 ordered in 2021 and stop burdened themselves with more models with the same logistics bottlenecks.
The article didn’t say the xDrive40 would be single motor. It mentions that the current edrive40 is single motor.Isn’t the logic of AWD that both axles are “driven”.
The article says it would stick with a single motor and given there is no room for a transmission tunnel between the motor on the rear and the axles at the front it seems unlikely.
Agreed. I’m happy w my RWD 40Frankly, I don't understand this. The only way this makes sense to me going forwards if the lineup becomes
i4 eDrive35 (one motor), i4 xDrive40 (two motors) and i4M (3 or 4 motors)
People who don't want an i5? Not everybody is in the market for something bigger and more expensive.Who is gonna buy a new i4 by the end of the year? (Since the i5 is incoming)
I'm guessing the price for the i5 will be in 6 figures.. Right between the 60,000 for the i4 and the 140,000 for the i7Who is gonna buy a new i4 by the end of the year? (Since the i5 is incoming)