The small car concept for urban designed with pure electric power, called BMW i3 Concept. The car is an uncompromisingly sustainable vehicle and emission-free mobility. 2011 BMW i3 Concept support by pure electric power which has ahead of its 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show debut and i8 also there too.
2011 BMW i3 Concept five-door hatchback chassis is made mostly from aluminum while the body structure from CFRP (carbonfibre reinforced plastic). The i3 concept is motivation by an electric motor that resides over the rear axle and drives the rear wheels, it is generates an output of 170-horses (125 kW) and 250 Nm (184 lb.ft) allowing the i3 to accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h (37 mph) in under four seconds and from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than eight seconds.
Set of lithium-ion batteries of 2011 BMW i3 Concept are can be can be fully recharged in six hours using a standard power socket. If a high-speed charger is used, an 80 per cent charge can be achieved in one hour. The batteries offer a driving range of around 120km to 160km (80-100 miles).
The BMW i3 Concept is small car with measuring 3,845mm long, 1,537mm wide and 2,011mm tall while riding on 2,570mm long wheelbase. The slightly futuristic design of the exterior that shares many common styling cues with the i8 is expected to remain fairly unchanged on the production model.