We know it has an 80kWh battery and is built on the Cluster Architecture platform, but that’s it. Rumor a while back was that the launch model would be a single-motor RWD version and that there would be a dual-motor M version as well. I could see a world where BMW now are showcasing the best of what it’s capable of across various configurations (that is, giving us the max range of a RWD model but performance stats from the dual-motor version), but it’s possible we’ll not see a single car that can achieve both.Have the varied specs for the i4 been confirmed? And delivery date etc?
keep in mind the Polestar also promised 500km range, got rated for 470km range, with real world highway range more like 320-400km. Maybe the bmw does significantly better, but if they have equal front and rear motors for their 4wd configuration, with similar width tires, I doubt it