Consumer Reports released a video as a complement to its BMW i3 review.
A more detailed review is expected when, after nine months of waiting to take delivery, Consumer Reports will finally able to pile on the miles.
For now, the price, shape and still limited range turns Consumer Reports to be skeptical on the i3’s chances. However, last month the over 1,000 units delivered in the U.S. contradicts the skeptics.
"BMW built the futuristic looking i3 from the ground up. It's a tall, rear-drive, electric-powered hatchback that feels quick and easy to maneuver."