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Back in 2014, the BMW Laserlight made its premiere in the BMW i8 and has now made its way into several
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Group Malaysia, which just launched its BMW Shop Online - a digital showroom to view and place a booking
; from the BMW 315/1 up to the second-generation BMW Z4 Roadster.
A problem we have with the G20 BMW 3 Series is that the Digital Key feature is only available for Android
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There is no doubt that about the BMW’s superior dynamics, which is far ahead of the Mercedes-Benz
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BMW M has introduced the third generation all-new 2019 BMW X5 M.
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The Tesla Roadster is exactly what everyone thinks the BMW i8 is
A brilliant example of this was illustrated by BMW when they achieved the dual purpose of upping one over their rivals Mercedes Benz and respecting the outgoing CEO and long-standing employee of Mercedes, Dieter Zetsche. The ad begins with emotional scenes retelling the last day of Mr. Zetsche, wherein he is applauded by the various employees in the office and bids everyone adieu. While on the last drive back to his house from the Mercedes Benz office, he reminisces the decades spent working there and this is portrayed via blurring scenes of Mercedes Benz logo. He is finally dropped at his house in the company Mercedes car and bids farewell to his loyal driver. When he is all alone, he opens up his garage and a caption comes up on the screen that reads “free at last’. He then proceeds to drive out his ,BMW, i8 Roadster and thus it is portrayed that one of the things he had been eagerly awaiting for with his retirement was driving a BMW. A final message pops up on the screen that thanks Mr. Zetsche for his immense service to the automotive industry and acting as an exemplary competitor to BMW. Reference: ,Retirement is about exploring your wide open future.
I’ll answer this from a slightly different perspective. For reference, cars I’ve owned include, a Lamborghini LP640 Roadster, an LP670SV, a Rolls Royce Phantom, an SL550, an Alfa Giulia, other BMWs, Mercedes S550, and roughly 20 cars over about the last twelve cars. I only buy new. I recently bought an i8 roadster because I was bored with everything else out there and I wanted a completely different experience. Tesla dropped off an S for a few days and I didn’t get excited about the cold interior. While it was fun to drive, it did nothing for me. I mention the other cars for context. The i8 lacks the thrill of the V12s, but only to a point. The i8 has plenty of power on the freeway and feels a bit more like the SL550 which is a better car than most rate. It’s closer to that type of experience than a true exotic. I’ve watched all the reviews on YouTube and I think they are fair. I’m very happy with my experience so far, but it is something completely different. I’ve had it over a month but I’ve only put about 600 miles on it so far. I had to go in to have the trunk lid fixed because the rear trunk release lift spring broke. It’s the first time in many years I’ve had a car part fail on any new car. I hope it’s the only problem I have. For the roughly $170k, I think it’s worth buying if you’re looking for something completely different. I’d go with version 2 for sure, as I think it’s a better overall experience and the updates make it more fun. I love the fact that I can put the top up and down at 30 MPH, which in Seattle kind of matters. The transition only takes about 15 seconds too. I don’t have anything I hate about the car so far. I did my first long drive in the car about a week ago and it was a real joy. It was surprisingly comfortable. Here is the real value. If you want to buy new and plan to drive real miles, it’s a great choice. If you’re buying a garage queen, I’m not sure it’s a great value. It depreciates like other exotics. Buy it to drive it. Don’t buy it to sit around. This is the real advantage of the car- most of the i8s are daily drives, and therefore you’re not penalized if you’re using it as such. You can’t do that with a Lamborghini or Ferrari. They have huge drops in value above 5,000 and especially 10,000 miles on the odometer. Buy a Lamborghini with 50,000 miles and it’s assumed to be junk. Not so with the i8. I don’t think the car is for everyone. If you want something different as an experience, then it’s worth it. For me, there was nothing else out there that had all that much appeal, especially given my driving patterns. I’d therefore give a lot of thought to how you’re going to use it. As for flash factor. I never notice people looking at the car. It’s not why I buy cars. I don’t think it’s got the attention grabbing characteristics of other exotics, but again it’s a crappy reason to buy one of these anyway. Buy what you enjoy driving.
I would decidedly choose a BMW M850i convertible over an i8 roadster. Because of its better comfort, better performances, superior elegance, and last, not least, because it has an engine that make a ,real, sound (not to mention that this sound is one of the best in existence). With that said, I might still prefer a BMW M850i ,coupe,.
It depends on where you live. Assuming you live in India, the normal BMW i8 costs ₹ 2,94,89,154 (On road price Mumbai). I8 roadster will be launching around November- December and price should be around INR 3.1–3.3 crores (On road price).
If funds were not an issue, the BMW i8 roadster. An all electric car that performs as well as any on the road, and is environmentally friendly!
we have the i8 and i can tell you from experience…… it overall sucks. while it looks awesome and gets tons of attention, performance=0. For some reason the fake noise pisses me off because I want to think it’s real. Plus depreciation is terrible with some 2014’s selling for around 85k from a 150k msrp. Overall if it weren’t for the looks, who in their right mind would spend 150k+ on a car with worst performance than a 40k camaro or a 70k corvette? 357hp is nothing to shit your pants over. Plus it had like a 9 minute nurburgring time. If you want sports car around the same price get an audi r8 or 570s. If 4 seats are needed, get the 911. Or wait a few years for the tesla roadster 2.0. Gonna be insaaaaane! The Bmw I8 is created to show what the future could be like. Tesla is the future.
It wasn’t Dr. Zetsche. It was an actor who looks a lot like him. See story here: ,BMW Pokes Fun at Mercedes-Benz CEO Dieter Zetsche's Retirement with Audacious Farewell Video
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