by Fred Lambert
BMW announced that it delivered the very first BMW i4 electric cars to customers today at an event at its headquarters.
It officially marks the expansion of BMW’s EV lineup that has remained stagnant for almost a decade.
When BMW launched the i3 back in 2013, we thought that the BMW i4 then i5 would follow, and the iconic German auto brand would expand its EV lineup.
It turned out that it wasn’t that simple and it took them about eight years to launch new all-electric vehicles.
But that expansion is finally here with the BMW i4, iX3, and iNext now on the market.
Today, BMW held an event at its headquarters in Munich to deliver the first BMW i4 to customers. Bernhard Kuhnt, senior vice president for BMW Group Market Germany, commented on the event:
“It is a very special moment for us when we hand over brand new models to customers for the first time. The BMW i4 shows in an emotional way how well fully-electric mobility and sporty driving dynamics fit together.
For us, it is therefore clear: the BMW i4 will offer our customers a whole new dimension of driving pleasure.”