First BMW i3 In Bulgaria


In January of 2014, the BMW i3 officially launched in Bulgaria.

We can now report that the first BMW i3 sold in Bulgaria is in the hands of an actual owner.

“First ever BMW i3 in Bulgaria.”

Tweets BMW i.

At present, the electric car segment in Bulgaria is not really on anyone’s radar map, but the country recently made significant steps towards increasing EV adoption.

BMW is not the first major automaker to offer an EV in Bulgaria (we believe Nissan holds that title) and surely won’t be the last.

Most importantly, we’re now seeing EVs spread to countries here and there scattered all around the globe.  EVs are no longer limited to a few select regions where sales are expected to boom, but rather electric cars are starting to be offered just about everywhere there’s a plug.


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I like those colors the best on the i3. Less of the 2-tone craziness.

There are two kinds of people in this world then.

There are actually 10 kinds of people in this world. Those that know binary and those that do not.


That’s one of my favourite jokes. And I find that I generally have much more in common with people who laugh at that joke. 🙂

First i3, but much more Model S, even with no store or servise in the country.

There’s even a politician who ran for office in his Model S. He claims he spent only about ERU 50 worth of electricity, covering 4000km around country for his campaign.