BMW i3 Concept. The Megacity Vehicle.

The BMW i3 Concept with eDrive is an uncompromisingly sustainable vehicle designed for urban areas. Driven purely by electric power and purpose-built to meet the demands of sustainable and emission-free mobility it embodies an intelligent form of urban transportation and commuting.

MBW Megacity Electric Vehicle

BMW Megacity


The BMW i3 Concept Coupe recently celebrated its European premiere in Geneva alongside the BMW i8 Concept Spyder in a show of the present state of design, development and innovation.

Since 2008, the BMW Group has been investigating customer needs with regards to electric driving within the world’s largest e-mobility field trial. As part of the test process, more than 20 million kilometres (12.5 million miles) of testing by more than 1,000 pilot customers in ten countries was conducted and dynamically assessed. The findings show that the distances covered by electric vehicles differ only slightly from the distances covered by conventional ones, at an average of somewhat over 40 kilometres (25 miles) a day. Based on this fact as well as findings on drivers’ charging patterns and the general importance of public charging station locations to drivers, BMW i set out to design the BMW i3 Concept Coupe. ===> Continue Reading


About Alex Campbell
“Alex” is a creative writer, editor, blogger, and digital marketing professional seeking freelance opportunities in marketing, communications, social media, public relations, investor relations, government relations, sales and service. Offers over 20 years experience elevating brands, sharing stories and driving sales for interesting, innovative and disruptive products, services and new technologies.

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