BMW has confirmed that its iVision Dynamics Concept will go into production as the BMW i4, amid the German manufacturer’s ramped up plans to launch 25 full electric or hybrid cars by 2025.
BMW Group CEO Harald Krüger made the announcement Tuesday at the Geneva Motor Show, further solidifying the brand’s commitment to e-mobility.
“At last year’s Frankfurt motor show, we unveiled our take on the future of e-mobility with the BMW i Vision Dynamics,” Krüger said. “This vehicle will become reality; we will build it in Munich as the BMW i4.”
Details in the i4 have yet to be released, although the iVision Dynamics Concept was said to have a range of nearly 400 miles and a top speed of 124 mph and 0-62 mph in four seconds.
The i4 will follow BMW’s i3 and i8 models, with the manufacturer also planning to launch an electric Mini next year, followed by an electric BMW X3 in 2020 and the BMW iNext in 2021.
The i4 is expected to follow sometime between 2021-22.