As you know, BMW has officially discontinued the BMW i8.
issues, misaligned trim pieces, and poor lighting fitments have become common place when it comes to a Tesla
A few days ago, Nissan introduced the all-new 2021 Nissan X-Trail.
The national police force in Thailand have added 7 Tesla Model 3 to its fleet.
BMW announced last year they will be discontinuing their hybrid supercar, the BMW i8.
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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, since then there has been very little news on the arrival of the next-gen X-Trail outside of the States
The Isuzu MU-X, the D-Maxs SUV cousin has been in production since 2013 with a facelift introduced in
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Clearly, no one wanted to buy the slowest Aston Martin car ever that was essentially a Toyota.Toyota and Tesla
Group Malaysia, which just launched its BMW Shop Online - a digital showroom to view and place a booking
The hydrogen cars were the BMW H2R and the BMW Hydrogen 7.BMW H2R (Hydrogen Record Car)Now, back in the
They are anything but practical.BMW i8 concept (top) and production (bottom)Design ideas like the translucent
The executive sedans - BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz E-Class, and Volvo S90 - are due a facelift, all of
In 2011, BMW unveiled the i8 and i3 concepts, two cars that didn’t have faux-carbon fibre stickers
with a 45-kWh battery providing 337 km of range (NEDC).Trailing behind the affordable MG ZS EV is the Tesla
The all-new Nissan X-Trail has been launched in China today at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show.Looking much
The first cars that rolled out of the brand’s factory were BMW-licensed vehicles like the VinFast
Back in 2014, the BMW Laserlight made its premiere in the BMW i8 and has now made its way into several
US electric car company, Tesla, has surpassed Audi in terms of sales in 2020.
During the Battery Day, Elon Musk has unveiled the Tesla Model S Plaid - basically the Tesla Model S
The new 2021 G30 BMW 530e plug-in hybrid (PHEV) facelift (LCI) was launched in Malaysia a couple of days
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According to Indonesia’s deputy head for investment and mining coordination, Septian Hario Seto, Tesla
effort to promote the use of electric vehicles in Indonesia, the Indonesian police force will be using a Tesla
This has attracted investments from Hyundai, CATL, and Tesla.
It looks like Kia has been busy recruiting some of the best talents from BMW.
BMW Malaysia has launched the 2020 BMW X4 M Competition, priced at RM 904,276 (OTR without insurance,
Model X at 84,990 USD.
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Queremos autos verdes. En el 2ndo trimestre del 2019 la búsqueda de autos eléctricos aumentó 35% vs el mismo periodo de 2018, según @Mercadolibre y el top 3 de los modelos verdes más buscados son: Toyota Prius, BMW i8 y Tesla Model X. Los que tengan uno, cuenten ¿qué les gusta?
Depends what you mean by “better”. For practical everyday driving, the Tesla beats almost all other cars in it’s price range hands down. The BMW i8 is a pseudo-supercar that’s kinda practical for THAT category. The Tesla performs better in a straight line, acceleration and can match the BMW’s limited top speed of about 155mph. Range is another thing. Being a hybrid, the BMW has the advantage of never really being stranded for as long as you can tank up. The BMW does have more newer tech in almost all other aspects of the car. Carbon composite chassis and bodyshell, laser headlights, weird doors (the Model X would match that) and better handling. Looks-wise is dependent on what you’re looking for, exotic or understated. On a realistic note, your fitness also counts with the BMW. The i8 is not very forgiving to heavier set people. Getting in and out of that thing is a task in itself and must be rehearsed (sign of true ownership is if you can egress out of the i8 effortlessly. hahaha) as to not look like you’re rolling out of a bathtub. If you’re still undecided at that price point, I recommend taking both cars for a test drive.
There are a couple of things to look at that I did not see addressed in other answers: AutoPilot,: while other companies can deliver cars equipped with hardware similar to AutoPilot, Tesla has two distinct advantages: Their engineers have more experience writing autonomous driving software—every comparison I have seen has Tesla besting the competition which current gen driver-assist features such as this one: ,Semi-Autonomous Cars Compared! Tesla Model S vs. BMW 750i, Infiniti Q50S, and Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG - Feature,. ,This is mid-term advantage—those Tesla engineers can be tried away and a competitor could eventually close this gap. As of last fall, Tesla had collected 1.3 billion miles of autopilot data and ~200 million miles driven with autopilot engaged (the cars are collecting data even if AP is not engaged). Because Tesla AP uses technologies like deep neural network and fleet learning, this is an immense amount of data has been “teaching” the Tesla software to make smarter decisions and that is an advantage that will be hard to overcome. ,This is a long-term advantage—data cannot be manufactured out of thin air, it can only be accumulated with miles driven. Range,: Range is largely a function of cost—building a battery pack to reach a certain range is not a difficult, but getting it to hit that range at a specific price point is much more challenging. Tesla has a supply chain advantage here. Because they are heavily vertically integrated, they have a leaner cost structure and direct control over battery R&D. For example, GM has outsourced much of the Chevy Bolt, including the power pack, to LG Chem, so GM’s cost model for the Bolt always has to take accommodate LG Chem’s profit margin. Since the battery pack tends to be the most expensive component in an EV, that is an important detail. With Tesla’s leaner supply chain, they have more flexibility to play with pricing and profitability—for example, they could deliver a larger pack (and more range) at the same price as a competitor using LG Chem without taking a hit on profitability because their COGS are lower. Tesla has recently been claiming a 35% reduction in battery cost which many believe gets them into the $125/kWh range (presumably with the Tesla-desinged 2170 cell) and Musk has said he would be disappointed if they could not get costs under $100/kWh by 2020. ,This is a mid-to-longterm advantage. I think Tesla will always have a cost advantage (because of their R&D, volume and vertical integration) but once EV volumes increase to a certain point, the advantage will shrink as economies of scale kick in for existing vendors like LG Chem and more competitors enter the market. How long tis advantage remains material really depends on how quickly the related markets (BEV, stationary storage, etc) ramp. One thing you did not touch on is institutional knowledge. In theory, with each iteration of product the company should get smarter and the product development cycle should get shorter when it comes to designing, building and bringing a product to market. Tesla is an EV company and everyone there has expertise in some aspect of bringing an EV to market—while it has not always seemed like it, the company has evolved as it moved from the Roaster to the Model S to the Model X (and I hope the Model 3). By contrast, while the Chevy Bolt is a great car, GM outsourced much of the development of that vehicle to LG Chem, so much of the expertise in designing and bringing a BEV to market sits with LG not GM. BMW is another example of a company that has built institutional expertise as it bought the i3 and i8 to market and VAG seems to be an a similar trajectory. I think that early investment will pay off as they both look to bring 2nd and 3rd generation product to market.
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