We Now Know Where The BMW i8 Spyder Will Reveal Itself


There would be no other place more appropriate.

Just recently, BMW released a statement that the BMW i8Spyder will finally hit production. It will look almost identical to the conceptcar revealed a few years ago and will have the same 1.5-liter turbochargedthree-cylinder engine and electric motor that will deliver 357 horsepower.However, when we reported about the i8 Spyder, we didn’t know when and wherethe car will be unveiled. However, we now know that the car will debut at theConsumer Electronics Show next year.

As the car is one of the most technologically advanced cars of this decade with its clever hybrid technology and futuristic design cues, debuting the car at the Consumer Electronics Show is the best decision for the German automaker. The car will have removable roof panels instead of a foldable metal or fabric top which will save weight and maybe even make the car look like the concept. What we once thought was a joke will now become a reality and it will be quite a sight.

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