Wallpaper Sunday: Newly Revealed 2019 BMW i3

SEP 30 2018 BY MARK KANE 18

Featuring the newly revealed 2019 BMW i3.

The new BMW i3 with 42.2 kWh battery is just around the corner. It hasn’t changed much compared to the 2017 facelift, but we like it in its new color, especially in autumn time.

Here we prepared a set of high-resolution photos.

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

BMW i3 (120 Ah) (wallpaper 2,560x – click to enlarge)

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18 Comments on "Wallpaper Sunday: Newly Revealed 2019 BMW i3"

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REXisKing

BMW buyers seem to prefer these conservative colors. They don’t want the car to stand out, and be stared at.
Like the new brown exterior.
But, the interior. They could have gone with a light brown cloth seat. But, the faded in brown on grey? That’s not going to be popular.

REXisKing

Nice car, and nice house.
Is this from Architecture Monthly?

Lou Grinzo

That has to be the worst car/color combo I’ve seen since the screaming yellow Pontiac Aztec I used to see years ago every week at my local grocery store. [shudder]

deine Mutter

if I had the spare cash I would buy a couple of the high end trim pure BEV ones used. This car clearly will be worth way more than its list price in 30 years.

TM3x2 Chris

If you mean the absolute $ than I agree the car will be worth more. That is true of most products, the rising inflation assures that this happens.
If you mean the adjusted for inflation $ than I say there is no way . The only reason this car could be worth more in the future is if it becomes a collector item. That will not be the case because it is produced in large numbers and is fairly affordable.

dgate

@TM3x2 Chris, Being produced in large numbers has nothing to do with collectors status just see what’s happened with mass produced products from our past that are selling at high prices today. The i3 will in future demand a premium due to its unique construction.

Phil

Many cars that are considered collectible today were once affordable and produced in large numbers. Vintage Beetles, Model As, Mustangs, etc.

David Force

eeewwww- what was BMW thinking!

robus

It’ll still always be a weird mobile…

TM3x2 Chris

Unfortunately, you are right. Why doesn’t BMW create a compelling BEV that looks like the 3 series?

Phil

I do love a weird mobile

Rudi

25% more batterie capacity in 1 year (with same weight and size) – just 3 more years and I would buy this car – it looks good for me except the back.

BEVfan

I really like the colour.

dgate

Really liking the compactness and manoeuvrability of the i3, its much better than my previous Ampera/Volt in the English driving environment. Also like the new color which is similar to some other makes I’ve seen sporting this shade and combination.

offib

The narrowness is key. I’m more like every one else on the road, driving second hand cars until they die. For city driving in and outside of Dublin, the heft and width and visible obstruction of new “cars” is noticeable and clumsy and annoying. Got an ’07 prius that is still alive, unsurprisingly. It’s the closest thing still on the second and market towards a reliable and purposeful electrified vehicle. It’s perfect at striking the balance of basic car needs, and allowing form follow function. No b.s.

The i3 is a bunch of that too, especially when following one past gridlocked crossovers. Though, it’s too short (for its own good reasons). If there was one with 5 more inches of wheel base and body length with a practical boot it may be my top favourite (PH)EV of my dreams.

It should also look better with an extra 5″ too lol

John

Sorry, but those pizza-cutter tires are just atrocious. Look so weak and anemic, cornering has to be pretty poor considering there’s no rubber on the road. Plus, tire size is so uncommon, the tires must be really expensive. Makes no sense why no other EV manufacturer needs such thin tires to get efficiency.

Clive

Its awesome to drive.

Maybe you’ll drive one soon and see for yourself.

offib

Butts in seats. Give it a go.