BMW pushes the envelope

In a move that generated a great deal of industry buzz, BMW recently unveiled its futuristic i-Series concept cars. The German automaker introduced the i3, a battery electric vehicle (BEV), and the i8, a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). Both cars seat four passengers, but the i3 is designed f...

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