It seems that BMW does not just want to produce a BMW i8 Coupe version but a 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept as well to increase the potential market for the car. A Czech website has dropped the first 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept photos. And since some of you may be wondering if they’re real or not, we asked around and can confirm their authenticity as sources told us that the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept will make its world premiere at the Auto China Show in Beijing at the end of April.
Then, after over the weekend BMW has unveiled their 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept; today we have an additional video, showing the drop-top concept in action. For those not in the know, the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept will be the BMW’s most advanced car yet. The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept features a 170-hp electric motor which powers the front wheels; powering the rear wheels is a 1.5 liter, three cylinder engine which produces 223 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque.
With numbers like that, the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept 0-60 time could be in about 4.9 seconds, thanks to the cars relatively light weight. The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept also very quiet, something you can witness for yourself in the video. With the car’s fuel-economic credentials, the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept has an all electric range of 20 miles, before the three-cylinder range extender kicks in, which will apparently achieve something close to 78.5 mpg.
Depending on driving mode, the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept promises fuel consumption figures of 3.0 l/100km. The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept design hints at an evolution of the plug-in hybrid’s design, but with the tinted transparent doors of the coupe replaced here with a more traditionally-styled panel. The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept has no roof and rear seats.
The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept is also not transparent solid, the door with a mirror rotating at a different house and also on the boot to be addressed. The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept is slightly shorter nose-to-tail than its hardtop sibling however: the wheelbase has been cut by 150mm and the coupe’s rear seats removed in the transformation to roadster.
The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept specs is based on the production-intent BMW i8 Coupe Conceptthat we’ve seen in several shows this past year. Elsewhere, the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept look carries over largely unchanged, with only the rear deck and the absent roof revealing any obvious departure from the i8 concept’s design.
BMW i8 Concept Spyder – Interior Design – New York Auto Show 2012
Competitors 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept
For many car enthusiasts, the new 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept is not only stylish but also offers some great features. There is no doubt that the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept design looks so amazing both in interior and exterior. The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept is definitely a good choice for those who want to get a hybrid car with a powerful performance.
This 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept is a car which is comes with sleek and stylish design and can run on gas or using an electric battery. There are some reasons why the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept is known as the most stunning car on the road compared with other competitors in the market. BMW says the company won’t take the 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept up to fight among Ferrari and Mercedes-Benz. The 2013 BMW i8 Spyder Concept will be more a competitor to cars such as the Audi R8.
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