The name of the manufacturer.
The model name of the electric car.
Аlternative names, under which the model is known.
|i4 eDrive 40|
The year for which the model is announced by the manufacturer. Most often it does not completely coincide with the calendar year in which the model is available on the market.
Markets in which this electric vehicle is available.
|North America, Europe|
Current MSRP of the model (before incentives) depending on the market.
|USD 55,400 (USA, Jun 2021)|
GBP 51,905 (UK, Jun 2021)
The body style of the model as defined by the number of doors and roof treatment.
Materials used in the vehicle's body construction.
|Number of doors|
Number of doors for passengers. Depending on the body style, the doors can be two, four, etc.
|Number of seats|
Number of seats inclduing the driver and passenger ones. Depending on the model, the seats can be five, six, seven or other.
The distance from the frontmost to the rearmost point of the electric vehicle.
|188.3 in (inches)|
4783 mm (millimeters)
The width of the vehicle without mirrors.
|72.9 in (inches)|
1852 mm (millimeters)
The distance from the ground to the top of the electric car.
|57.0 in (inches)|
1448 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers of the front and rear axle.
|112.4 in (inches)|
2856 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers (centerline) of the two wheels on the front axle.
|63.0 in (inches)|
1601 mm (millimeters)
The distance between the centers (centerline) of the two wheels on the rear axle.
|64.2 in (inches)|
1630 mm (millimeters)
The distance from the ground to the lowest point of the vehicle measured without cargo or passengers. The ground clearance is also known as ride height.
|4.9 in (inches)|
125 mm (millimeters)
The available space for cargo in the main trunk, excluding the additional available space from folding one or two rear seat rows.
|470.0 l (liters)|
16.60 ft3 (cubic feet)
0.47 m3 (cubic meters)
|Maximum trunk volume|
The maximum available space for cargo in the main trunk, including the additional available space from folding one or two rear seat rows.
|1290.0 l (liters)|
45.56 ft3 (cubic feet)
1.29 m3 (cubic meters)
Curb weight (a.k.a. kerb weight) is the EV mass with standard equipment, liquids (oils and fuel at nominal tank capacity) but without cargo and passengers. In some EU countries, the curb weight also includes the weight of a 75 kg (165 lb) driver.
|4684.82 lb (pounds)|
2125 kg (kilograms)
The drag coefficient or coefficient of drag is related to the car's aerodynamics as it denotes the resistance to the air of the front surface of the vehicle when it is in movement. The lower the coefficient, the better aerodynamics the model has. Ultimately, this allows for higher speeds and improved power efficiency.
|0.24 Cd (drag coefficient)|
Additional details related to the electric car's body.
|Weight distribution front / rear - 45.1 / 54.9 %|
Maximum axle load from / rear - 1140 / 1550 kg
Maximum trailer load braked / unbraked - 1600 / 750 kg
Maximum roofload / towbar download - 75 / 75 kg
The name of the manufacturer of the electric motor.
|Electric motor type|
The electric motor category according to the type of motor commutation. Most electric motors operate on magnetism and can be powered by direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC) sources. Depending on the type of commutation, electric motors are either self-commutated (AC and DC, mechanical or electronic) and externally commutated (AC only, asynchronous or synchronous).
|Permanent magnet synchronous|
|Location of the motor|
Information about the electric notor's location. The two most common locations are the front and rear of the electric car.
The power produced by the electric motor depends proportionally on the motor's rotational speed.
|250 kW (kilowatts)|
335.3 hp (mechanical horsepower)
339.9 ps (metric horsepower)
|Maximum power RPM|
The electric motor's rotational speed measured in RPM when the motor achieves its maximum power.
|8000 - 17000 rpm (revolutions per minute)|
Torque is the driving force of an electric motor and is the rotational equivalent of a linear force. A typical feature of electric cars is that they get full torque from zero speed.
|430 Nm (newton meters)|
43.8 kgm (kilogram meters)
317.2 ft-lb (foot-pounds)
Regenerative braking is a typical feature of electric vehicles, in which the electric motor uses the vehicle's kinetic energy to save power or stores it for later use.
Additional details about the electric motor of this model.
|System power-to-weight ratio - 8.2 kg/kW|
BMW 5th Gen eDrive technology
The top speed that the vehicle can achieve as specified by the manufacturer.
|118.1 mph (miles per hour)|
190.0 km/h (kilometers per hour)
|Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h|
The time in seconds the electric car needs to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h.
|5.70 s (seconds)|
|WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure)||366.6 mi / 590.0 km|
|WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure)||Combined||20 kWh/100 km|
Information about the energy class of the electric vehicle.
|Type of steering mechanism|
Information about the design type of the steering mechanism of the electric car.
|Rack and pinion|
|Type of power steering|
Information about the type of power steering used in this model.
Often referred to as turning diameter or turning radius (multiplied by two), this is the smallest diameter that the outside wheels of the vehicle describe when it is turning on full lock.
|12.5 m (meters)|
41.01 ft (feet)
Additional details about the steering of the model.
|Optional variable sport steering|
Steering ratio - 15.5:1
|Type of transmission|
Information about the type of transmission used by the vehicle. Generally, EVs are equipped with one-speed automatic units.
|Automatic single-speed reduction gear|
Information about the type of drivetrain (the system that delivers power to the driving wheels).
|Rear-wheel drive (RWD)|
The axle ratio a.k.a. final drive ratio of the electric motor. It shows the number of revolutions of the driveshaft needed to spin the axle one complete turn.
Information about the main components of the front suspension of the electric vehicle.
|Double-joint spring strut axle|
Hydraulically damped torque strut bearing
Information about the main components of the rear suspension of the electric vehicle.
Optional air suspension with automatic self-levelling
Information about the type of brakes used on the front wheels.
Information about the type of brakes used on the rear wheels.
Additional details about the brakes of this model.
|Front - four-piston fixed calipers|
Rear - single-piston floating calipers
|Markings||Width||Profile||Diameter||Load index||Speed index|
|Type of rechargeable battery|
The type of rechargeable battery depending on its composition.
The capacity of the rechargeable battery that powers this EV as specified by the manufacturer in kilowatt hours.
|83.9 kWh (kilowatt hours)|
The battery voltage denotes the difference in electric potential between the positive and negative electrodes of the pack. The higher difference in potential results in a higher voltage.
|398.5 V (volts)|
Total weight of the battery pack including not only the cells but also the shield, wiring, etc.
|1212.54 lb (pounds)|
550 kg (kilograms)
Information about the position of the battery pack in the electric vehicle.
|Under the floor, middle|
Information about the type of battery cooling on this specific model.
|Water-based coolant circulation|
Additional information about the rechargeable battery of the electric car.
|Net battery capacity - 80.9 kWh|
|Wallbox||Type 2 (IEC 62196-2, Mennekes, SAE J3068)||380 V||16 A||11 kW|
|DC fast charging||Type 2 (IEC 62196-3 FF, CCS2)||-||-||210 kW|
|Onboard charger||Type 2 (IEC 62196-3 FF, CCS2)||7.4 kW||-||Rear-right side|
|Onboard charger||Type 2 (IEC 62196-3 FF, CCS2)||11 kW||-||Rear-right side|
|Type||Battery %||Estimated time (h:m)|
|DC fast charging||0% - 80%||00:31|
|Wallbox 11 kW||0% - 100%||08:30|
|Safety and assistance||ARB technology (bear-actuator wheel slip limitation)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Automatic Brake System (ABS)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Automatic Stability Control (ASC)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Belt latch tensioner and force limiter on front seats||S|
|Safety and assistance||Cornering Brake Control (CBC)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Crash sensors||S|
|Safety and assistance||Drive-off Assistant||S|
|Safety and assistance||Driver and front passenger front airbags||S|
|Safety and assistance||Driver and front passenger side airbags||S|
|Safety and assistance||Dry Braking function||S|
|Safety and assistance||Dynamic Brake Control (DBC)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Dynamic Traction Control (DTC)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Fading compensation||S|
|Safety and assistance||Front and rear seats head airbargs||S|
|Safety and assistance||Hill Descent Control (HDC)||S|
|Safety and assistance||Performance control||S|
|Safety and assistance||Three-point inertia-reel seatbelts on all seats||S|
|Safety and assistance||Trailer stability control||S|
|Safety and assistance||Tyre pressure indicator||S|