The world’s first self-built electric car has been unveiled, and it’s one that looks like a normal car.
The new BMW i8 features a carbon-fiber body and is powered by a single electric motor that powers the rear wheels.
It’s essentially a mini version of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan.
It has the same basic design, with the only difference being that the interior has been modified to look more like a Mercedes C-class.
Here’s a look at the interior of the BMW i4 that’s coming soon to the US market.
Inside, the cabin feels a bit more spacious, though the BMW’s seats are still quite narrow.
It also has more space for luggage than other electric cars, though that is probably for good reason.
At the top of the vehicle, you’ll find a touchscreen display and navigation buttons that can be mapped to various functions.
There’s also a “battery” mode that enables the car to charge up its battery on demand.
There are a few different versions of the car available now, but it’s the standard model that’s available now.
Beside the standard BMW i3, the i4 will also have a version that includes a range extender and a charging system.
What you can expect from the i8The i4’s design is based on the current generation BMW i2, which is an interesting evolution of the design from the previous generation.
It’s a big step forward from the car that was shown off at the show.
The i3 featured a more traditional design with more chrome and glass than the current BMW i car.
The new i4 looks much more sleek and modern, and is more in line with the Mercedes C55 AMG coupe and the Audi Q7.
While the car itself looks more like the standard i3 than a regular BMW, the exterior and interior are all designed around the same design language.
It seems that BMW has been trying to take inspiration from the Audi and Mercedes-AMG cars that have dominated the auto industry for decades.
As far as the interior is concerned, it’s similar to the BMW lineup as well.
The steering wheel is a touch lower than the BMW model, with some of the trim and buttons that are used in the BMW models being replaced with a touchpad that has been redesigned.
We also found that there’s a touch-screen navigation button that is located under the door, rather than on the dashboard.
Like the BMW 3 Series, the BMW is equipped with a range-extender that can provide up to 200 miles per charge.
There is also a range indicator that can help you determine how much range is available.
The range extenders are removable and can be swapped out for different types of batteries.
When it comes to the interior, there are three different levels of options.
The top-level cabin offers a standard BMW interior with leather seats, a digital clock, a small DVD player, and a leather steering wheel.
The second-level interior features the same leather seats as the top-tier cabin, but with an additional screen, a larger touchpad, and more room for luggage.
The third-level features a touch screen navigation screen and a large touchscreen display.
Each level is available in either black or white.
The dashboard and dash are available in both black and white.
All three levels are available on the same model and in different trim levels.
Other differences between the BMW and the Mercedes range extendiors are a touch higher trim levels that are available with different colors.
In the BMW version, you get a touch pad that allows you to easily navigate to the various functions in the car.
You also get an interior that is more open, which might appeal to some buyers who like a more modern and modern interior.
The interior in the Mercedes model is more closed and is mostly made of carbon fiber.
The same goes for the dashboard, which has been changed from white to black.
Unlike the Audi, BMW and Mercedes, the range extendsers in the i3 and i4 are removable.
They can be removed and replaced for different models, but not for the i and the i5.
If you want to get the best bang for your buck, the base price of the new BMW is $42,995.
The BMW i5 starts at $54,975 and the BMW e5 starts $69,975.
The new i8 is available now for the US and will be available to customers in the US later this month.