3 Special Edition BMW i8s Will Be Sold In U.S.

2 months ago by Mark Kane 8

BMW i8 Frozen Black Edition

Goodness, BMW and its iBrand special editions already!

Continuing the tradition of seemingly ‘limitless’ limited edition versions of low volume offerings, BMW has introduced three more Special Editions of the i8 in the U.S. – with special paint and interior tweaks.

BMW i8 Protonic Dark Silver Edition special-edition model

The prices stands at $143,400 (plus $995 D&H).

  • Protonic Dark Silver Edition
  • Protonic Frozen Black Edition
  • Protonic Frozen Yellow Edition

Some of the Protonic versions were presented over the yearm but it seems not all will be available in the U.S., for example the BMW i8 Celebration Edition Protonic Red (only 20 units) wasn’t mentioned.

For those who would like even more special treatment, there is always an Individual Exterior Paint Programme available.

Protonic Dark Silver Edition 

  • Protonic Frozen Dark Silver with Frozen Gray Metallic Accents
  • Giga Amido Full Perforated Leather with blue seat belts

Protonic Frozen Black Edition

  • Protonic Frozen Black with Frozen Gray Metallic Accents
  • 20-inch BMW i Light Alloy W Spoke Matte wheels
  • Seats with yellow highlights and gray seat belts
  • Floor mats with black leather and yellow stitching
  • Anthracite Headliner
  • Door sills with “Protonic Frozen Black Edition” engraving

Protonic Frozen Yellow Edition

  • Protonic Frozen Yellow with Frozen Gray Metallic Accents
  • 20-inch BMW i Light Alloy W Spoke Matte wheels
  • Seats with yellow highlights and gray seat belts
  • Floor mats with black leather and yellow stitching
  • Anthracite Headliner
  • Door sill with “Protonic Frozen Yellow Edition” engraving

BMW i8 Frozen Yellow Edition

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8 responses to "3 Special Edition BMW i8s Will Be Sold In U.S."

  1. La Frennia di mamata says:

    Goodness, They’re still at It! Beating that long gone “Dead Horse”…

  2. John says:

    Sweet, more roll-outs of 2011 technology. I love the suckers that buy these turds, more money than common sense.

    “Gee, look- they made it in new pretty colors! And they put the fancy ‘Edition’ word at the end of it’s description! Please make sure it has a plug option so I can feel cool around my Tesla buddies.
    Sure I’ll give you $130k, thanks!”

    1. mx says:

      It’s not for teenagers. Maybe you could read another blog and catch up on Superman 14.

      1. John says:

        I’m 42 years old and own a Volt and a Leaf. Your response makes no sense.

        I’m sorry you blew $130k on an ICE that gets beat by a 10 year old M5…

  3. John says:

    -Giga Amido Full Perforated Leather with blue seat belts

    -Door sill with “Protonic Frozen Yellow Edition” engraving

    If they spent half as much time focusing on what really matters (the electric drive component) as they do the pointless bling accents, they JUST might create a true EV..

  4. Cort M Wagner says:

    BMW has lost its way, they should be rolling out an MI8 by now, and they wonder why Mercedes is killing them in sales.
    Been blabbing about a spider version for over a year, nobody cares until the car actually gets decent electric range or more bhp… They are seriously lost about what the customer wants

  5. Al says:

    Why would one even bother to plug it in? 15 mi range is not worth the trouble.

    1. mx says:

      Because electric mode is very relaxing, it’s a different car in EV mode. It can calmly drive you home, or you can rally it on country roads.

      Test Drives. You can get them.

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