New images have come to light showing the interior of the all-electric 600km range BMWi4, which is planned for production by the German carmaker in 2021.
BMW is planning a major expansion of its e-car portfolio over the next few years, a key component is this coupe-like sedan, which it is readying its Munich car plant for with a €200 million ($A320 million) upgrade.
BMW previously released images of the camouflaged prototype of the i4 last month as it was going winter trial testing in the Artic Circle along with the new BMW iX3 and iNEXT.
While some may find this comforting – the i3’s funky styling can be a deterrent for conservative drivers – one would hope that the i4’s interior at least would convey a sense of the future of electromobility.
However, the interior images of the prototype are disappointingly mundane – with its digital instrument display and the infotainment screen directly next to it, it does not look much different to other current combustion BMW models.
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