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12/14/2013    12:30 PM
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CNET discusses and reviews the BMW i3 electric car.

11/08/2013    2:00 AM
COMMENTS: 22

Auto Express reviews the BMW i3 electric car and we’ve post a new photo gallery below.

10/23/2013    11:45 AM
COMMENTS: 8

The production BMW i3 recently had its first press drives in Amsterdam and the reviews are beginning to roll in. First up is a video review by Ausfahrt.tv

And what did Car & Driver think about the i3? Here are some highlights.

The i3 doesn’t stray very far at all from what makes most BMWs great; it simply carries those principles into a new realm.

There’s no appreciable feedback from the (of course) electric power steering, but it is nonetheless very quick and precise. On our first pass through a tight slalom course, we clipped two cones because we were unprepared for the i3’s quick turn-in behavior. The car is wonderfully balanced and neutral, right up until its spindly 155/90R19s lose their grip. There’s no off switch … CONTINUED

07/12/2013    10:30 AM
COMMENTS: 38

Chris Harris, an auto journalist highly respected for his reviews on the best performing cars in the world, gives his first drive review of the production BMW i3 electric car.

07/10/2013    10:16 AM
COMMENTS: 56

More BMW i3 reviews roll in – now from Top Gear, Autocar and Whatcar.

07/09/2013    10:10 PM
COMMENTS: 56

The very first drive reviews of the BMW i3 are in – via Edmunds and Drive.com.au

02/24/2013    7:30 PM
COMMENTS: 77

The first BMW i3 and i8 preview ride-alongs have taken place and the initial reactions are in.

We’ll have to wait at least several months for the actual press drives, which will of course yield more hands-on and deeper insights/reviews of the i3 and i8.

Autocar chimes in first with their impressions from the ride along in the i3 and i8:

“It doesn’t take long to realise the BMW i3 is already at an advanced state of development. The prototype I rode in felt solid, even if there was the odd rattle from the makeshift disguise covering parts of the interior. What really grabbed my attention, though, was its overall agility and, in trying conditions with those narrow tyres, excellent traction. Watching on as Mueller drove the prototype … CONTINUED