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The 2022 BMW i4 is the electric BMW sedan you’ve been waiting for
For all of my existence, the BMW 3 Series has been the default choice for an upmarket compact sedan with good driving dynamics. Or it was until a few years ago, when the Tesla Model 3 arrived and started to eat the 3 Series' lunch. But now there is a battery electric vehicle that may turn things around for BMW, in the shape of a five-door fastback sedan called the i4.
After an early lead and then a bit of a stumble, BMW has recharged its electrification efforts. Last month, we went to Germany and drove the automaker's newest flagship, a technology-laden sporty SUV called the iX. But the iX isn't the only new BEV that BMW has been working on, and we got to spend a day with the range-topping $65,900 i4 M50 as well.
The i4 is the first of BMW's electric cars to be blessed by its legendary M division, and it comes with a pair of electric motors wrapped up in a sleek 4 Series Gran Coupe body. At the risk of spoiling the rest of this review, it's really rather good.
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