The 2022 BMW i4 fits right into BMW‘s traditional wheelhouse of making small luxury sport sedans. The new i4 looks like its predecessor 4 Series Gran Coupe in its exterior styling, partly because BMW is determined to keep its loyal customers intrigued. However, the i4’s electronic design, suspension, and design are almost entirely new. It’s an SUV made by BMW targeted at Tesla’s Model 3. It’s roughly the same size as that of the Model 3 and offers similar levels of performance and range in a couple of models. It’s also equipped with a comprehensive infotainment system, superb connectivity to smartphones as well as a stunning interior, and you’ve got the ingredients for a perfect Tesla combat vehicle.
The i4 has been an extended wait for BMW’s new-generation electric vehicle. We’re still admirers of the now-defunct i3 hatchback, and the i4 is much more general appeal. The power available in the i4 is awe-inspiring in the higher trims. In contrast, EPA estimations of the range are entirely acceptable for lower-powered models, offering BMW buyers the choice of the practicality of their car and its performance.
Why do we recommend it?
We’d recommend the i4 M50 instead of the base eDrive40. It’s indeed more expensive, but it’s also a much more performance and all-wheel drive for just a slight decrease in the range. Are you still you aren’t persuaded? Think about it this way by BMW standards, and it’s indeed the M50 is quite affordable. In 2022, the BMW i4 is an all-electric small car with a hatchback trunk. There are two variants of the model: eDrive40 and the M50. The eDrive40 comes with one electric motor mounted at the rear that puts out 335 horsepower and 317 pounds of torque. Up into the M50 and you’ll be able to enjoy two motors for all-wheel drive and the combined output of 469 horsepower and 538 pounds of torque.