BMW has revealed its i Vision Dynamics idea at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. This curvy saloon sneak peeks a production electric car called the i5– destined to be the third model in BMW’s electric ‘i’ range after the i3 and i8. The production model is anticipated to show up in 2021.
2021 BMW i5 Styling
The Vision Dynamics concept revealed at Frankfurt is believed to resemble the finished i5. Its swoopy styling resembles BMW’s other Gran Coupes and it seems roughly the same size as the company’s 3 Series. There’s a full-length sunroof on the principle, similar to the one on the X7 idea, and this would be an optional additional on the production model.
The headlights and brakelights will be reduced before it goes on sale, but are most likely to remain a comparable shape. We also expect BMW’s signature ‘kidney’ grilles to change before production– they’ll probably be made smaller and more carefully resemble conventional grilles.
2021 BMW i5 Interior
The interior is anticipated to obtain a great deal of parts and the layout from the i3, with upgraded technology and possibly a wider range of trim products. It’s most likely to continue the i3’s minimalist technique, with a small digital screen changing standard analogue dials and a second floating screen to control the infotainment and navigation. Headroom might not be as great as the boxier i3, although rear guests will gain from enhanced leg and shoulder space.
2021 BMW i5 Engines and Driving
In theory, the electrical i5’s range could be as much as 375 miles, but that figure will be hard to replicate in the real life, with driving design, the environment and weather having a huge effect on that total. BMW says the battery-electric powertrain is at the ‘next-level’ compared to the i3. It’s also thought that the car will have the ability to drive autonomously in some minimal situations. In spite of the i5’s green qualifications, it needs to be able to accelerate from 0-62mph in four seconds– about as quick as the just recently exposed Audi RS4– and on to a leading speed of 124mph.
2021 BMW i5 Price and Release Date
The production i5 is expected to be launched in 2021 and BMW is wanting to have 12 fully electrical models before 2025. The new model might cost from around ₤ 35,000 and rise up to around ₤ 50,000.