BMW were one of the first manufacturers to release a true electric car with i3 hatchback, and the i8 hybrid sports car was a truly game-changing design. Now that electric cars have passed into the mainstream more traditional body styles are appearing and the new BMW i4 is a great example of this, sharing a very similar design to the 4 Series Gran Coupe using a 4 door saloon shape with a more sloping coupe-like roofline. With the other German manufacturers concentrating on SUV models like the Mercedes EQC and Audi E-Tron for their first electric cars, the i4 has few natural rivals other than the Tesla Model 3, and manages to keep clear air between the two with a more premium feel in the maturity of the design, not feeling so appliance-like as the Tesla, and with the only other rivals being much more expensive models like the Porsche Taycan, and nothing along the lines of an Audi A5 E-Tron or electric Mercedes C-Class yet. The initial concept from BMW gave very little away in terms of the performance level of the electric powertrain, battery size or range, but as launch comes around more details will be released soon.
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Orangewheels does not sell cars, we simply act as an introduction service – we put you in contact with the cheapest approved UK Contract Hire and Leasing Broker that are offering the lowest monthly prices on a new BMW i4 we can find in the whole of the UK, for you to lease the car brand new, direct from them using our discounted deals. The new car is ordered through them and delivered to your doorstep anywhere mainland UK with road tax paid for the full leased period. All you need to do is insure the car and cover routine maintenance and servicing, though you can also select a maintenance package to cover servicing and tyres to build this into the monthly cost if you prefer, and both personal and business leasing are available.