I have to be honest, looks ugly. I think the 4 series is the only attractive BMW left in the new-gen designs.
Agree, maybe we need some time.I am not feeling the new design at all right now. Too bubbly, reminds me of an Accord.
It could be one of those grow on me situations. I didn’t like the new grille when the 4 series first came out, but here I am with an i4. The i5 just feels very bland to me right now from a design standpoint, but I wouldn’t mind some of the tech/interior enhancements.Agree, maybe we need some time.
I don’t like the rear at all - looks like Camry.
I have to watch internal training videos that are this bad. So... I'm both used to this and have a bit of gleeful schadenfreude seeing others produce something similar haha.Why do they have to make these videos as painful as possible?
Leave it to the project manager to agree to an impossible deadline, at least that part was accurate...Why do they have to make these videos as painful as possible? "I know, I'll use an IDE!" I couldn't even finish it, it was so bad.
Now we're talking! Fit in that bigger battery from the i7 into the Touring version and bring it to North America, then I'll place my $1,500 deposit.Waiting to see the Touring version with a bigger battery and hopefully an xDrive40… one can hope
Whoah, good point -- I hadn't noticed that!200 inches long. This thing is HUGE!
I think auto manufacturers have to weigh price, range and weight into the equation when they decide on what type of battery to use.Way to expensive compared to the i4 imo, the specs of the i5 aren’t good enough to warrant it. Over here the i5 M60 starts at almost 60% more than the i4 M50. It’s basically the same battery in both of them as well, would have expected at least a 100 kWh one for that money.
Add to the fact that we can expect BMW to make the software legacy in under 2 years and I won’t be paying that kind of money. So one car less on the list of replacements for the i4, let’s hope the Polestar 4 is good then!
That’s the interesting part. I got a loaded i4 40e for $67k ish and reduced the price by $7500 with the tax credit eligibility. Seems like a bargain when a similarly spec‘d car would be at least $75k without the tax credit. Rear seat room doesn’t look that much bigger and the hatchback gives more cargo capacity. Am I thinking about this wrong, I feel I got a steal?£97k for the i5 M60....and only 0.1s faster 0-60. Sheesh
Not $10-$12k nicer…Would be nice to have Driver Assist Plus up to 85 mph on the i4...
Is it that much of an upgrade from a price performance standpoint. The only reason to get this is if they bring a touring version stateside.Looking good!
Will be a nice upgrade when the i4 has to go
And if not you always have an iPhone or smartphone to watch Bundesliga or anything else.I want that YouTube feature! I Pray they bring it to the i4. View attachment 29014