The BMW i5– it has actually finally arrived!
This is the first all-electric variation of the iconic 5 Series saloon and sits between the i4 coupe and range-topping i7 limousine.
While you get a large set of kidney grilles, they are not as intrusive as on the i4 or i7– except for the strangely put sensor cover. You'll also see flush door deals with, alloy wheels ranging from 19- to 21-inch units and great deals of blue flashes to ensure everyone understands it's an electric cars and truck.
Inside, it's a classic BMW– professional, neat and filled with tech. The German brand has actually also increased the cabin size to make the currently comfortable interior much more accommodating. The boot is useful too.
When it concerns the 5 Series, the entry-level uses a 2-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged gas engine that puts out 208hp. When it pertains to the i5, the entry-level i40 utilizes a single motor that puts out 340hp and is equipped with an 82kWh battery pack which features a declared variety of approximately 361 miles.
The range-topping i5 is the M60, which has 2 motors that integrate to put out 601hp. It has the very same 82kWh battery pack, which benefits a range of 320 miles.
However as with all BMWs, how it drives is just as essential– so how does the i5 fare when Mat takes it for a spin? Enjoy the complete review here to find out!
06:47 Rear seats
09:02 5 Annoying Features
10:58 5 Cool Features
13:02 Engines & Motors
14:31 Autonomous Driving
17:49 Motorway Driving
19:11 Town Driving
21:13 Country Road Driving
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