BMW will be introducing its newest iteration of the 5 Series car later this month. Two new teasers provide a sneak glance at the electric i5, revealing its striking exterior and posh cabin. BMW's newest teaser film shows off the lighted kidney grille and interior illumination of the next BMW i5 EV. The teaser also provides a glimpse of the new EV's stylish interior and front profile design. The EV will have a lit kidney grille and slick LED headlights mounted high on the front. The whirring of an electric motor can be heard in each of the teaser clips. In 2013, BMW launched its first electric vehicle, the i3, which unfortunately didn't take off. In 2017, BMW gave EV another shot with the iX. Since then, BMW has released many all-electric cars and had success in the burgeoning EV industry, the latest being the i7, an electric version of the company's flagship sedan.
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2024 BMW i5 Electric Sedan: Design
The exterior of the 2024 BMW i5 will carry over certain design cues from the ICE-powered version. The e-sedan will have a tall, sculpted hood, Matrix LED headlights with integrated daytime running lights, an updated illuminated kidney grille, ORVMs, chromed window trim, flared wheel arches, and designer alloy wheels. A shark-fin antenna and LED taillights will decorate the back.
2024 BMW i5 Electric Sedan: Features
The interior of the 2024 BMW i5 will be athletic and comfortable for its occupants. The inside will have a minimalist design with brushed metal accents, high-quality upholstery, automatic climate control, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, multi-color ambient lighting, flat-bottomed steering wheel, and a pair of 12.3-inch screens running the iDrive 8 operating system. Several airbags and advanced driver assistance features should protect passengers.
2024 BMW i5 Electric Sedan: Expected Range
In terms of performance, the next BMW i5 will be powered by a dual-motor arrangement with all-wheel drive, which will be paired to a big battery pack. An expected range for the e-sedan is over 400km. Neither the battery size nor the power output of the electric motors have been officially disclosed by BMW.
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2024 BMW i5 Electric Sedan: Global Debut
BMW has promised not just a waggon version of the i5, but also a high-performance M version of the electric vehicle. BMW has been keeping quiet about its next electric vehicle, but on May 24th, everything will be revealed.
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