BMW i3 With Torklift Central Stealth Ecohitch – Installation Video

JAN 29 2015 BY MIKE ANTHONY 1

Torklift Central came out with its latest product for the new BMW i3: Stealth Ecohitch.

Finished product (Without bike rack.)

Finished product (Without bike rack.)

The Ecohitch is an add-on to allow you to carry extras such as bikes, or even to tow a small trailer, if rated for it. The Ecohitch for the i3 is not rated for towing.

The video above is a partial instruction guide, but when you purchase an Ecohitch product, you will receive a complete installation guide along with it.

We must warn you beforehand. Check your owners manual (or contact your dealer) to see what it mentions in regards to carrying extra weight via hitch.

There are two different Torklift Central products for the i3 and both have different specs. So, if you are in the market for an Ecohitch, choose which one fits your needs.

Check out both products below:

2014+ BMW i3 1.25″ Stealth Trailer Hitch.

2014+ BMW i3 2″ Stealth Trailer Hitch.

Per Torklift Central:

“Torklift Central manufactures and distributes the only Stealth trailer hitch for the 2014+ BMW i3. This hitch is no drill and bolts onto the factory frame. The 2014+ BMW i3 EcoHitch was designed and manufactured in the USA and comes with a Lifetime Warranty.”

“Minor trimming of plastic is required during installation of 2014+ BMW i3 EcoHitch. Minor trimming of the plastic allows the EcoHitch to fit as snugly as possible to the vehicle’s bumper to maximize ground clearance and conceal the hitch as much as possible.”

In both item’s description via links to products:

“*NEVER EXCEED YOUR VEHICLES MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDED TOWING CAPACITY WHICH MAY BE A LOWER RATING THAN THIS TRAILER HITCH*”

The finished product. (With bike rack.)

The finished product. (With bike rack.)

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Speculawyer

I wish I could put such a hitch on because I have a bike rack like that from a jeep I used to own.