BMW introduced the all-electric i4 sedan earlier this June with the model entering into production earlier this month. While the i4 hasn’t been available for preorder that long, deliveries of both the i4 eDrive40 and M50 trims are sold out.
BMW’s preorder page for the i4 claims that the first deliveries of both trims, which are scheduled for June 2022, are already sold out. Consumers that didn’t put down a $1,500 refundable deposit on an i4 trim are looking at waiting until summer 2022 for the next batch of deliveries.
Pricing for the i4 eDrive40 trim starts at USD$56,395 with destination. The trim comes with one electric motor on the rear axle that produces 335 horsepower. The base model can travel roughly 300 miles on a single charge and can get to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. The i4 M50 costs USD$66,895 but brings far more power. It features two electric motors for all-wheel drive and 536 hp. Range is expected to be around 245 miles while getting from zero to 60 mph takes just 3.7 seconds.
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