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2016 BMW i8 – Review and Road Test

BMW could’ve taken the predictable route and developed another traditional halo car like the Audi R8 or Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, but instead doubled down on its philosophy of “Efficient Dynamics” and produced a sports car for today’s more progressive driving enthusiast: the i8.

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  1. I’m definitely in love with this car but I can’t afford one from BMW due to its high price. All I can do for now as being a single man is wish and hope that someday soon I have a beautiful & sexy girlfriend that just so happens to have a car like this which her and I can drive and also share together here in my hometown of Saint Louis Missouri.

  2. HEYYYY…Instead of frequent charging..why not just produce an electric energy from the fast cycle of the cars' tyre..like dynamo concept..I just give my idea..heee

  3. The white version is CRISP. I just seen this car for the first time and blown away by the design! I wonder if there would be an option to remove the back seats and extend that trunk storage. It's a luxury, sports car and who cares about rear passengers. 😉

  4. People in the comments are so fucking short sighted, "this car is expensive" or "Audi R8 owners never complained about fuel economy". Sorry but think again… Do these cars come around to save gas money or save the environment? These cars are intended to give rich people a sense they should care a bit more about the environment GET IT??. 

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