The 2018 i3 and i3s are potent, but expensive, city cars. They’ll do 90% of what many people need on a day to day basis extremely efficiently, and add a hell of a lot of fun to your drive as well.
With the BMW iX3, BMW are bringing full electric propulsion to the mainstream SUV buyer with a target of availability in 2020.
The BMW i3 has been on sale in Australia since late 2014 – it’s one of the earliest, most popular mass produced electric cars on the market globally, and for good reason.
Drive Zero car guides go deep on a specific electric car model – here’s all you need to know about the BMW i3.