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No. 1
23 yrs of winners
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Win a BMW i4 M50

OR TAKE £57,000 CASH
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Look out, Tesla – BMW has got you in its sights!

The Model 3 Performance has been the benchmark for mid-sized performance EVs since it came out, mainly because it didn’t have any real rivals. But even though it may have taken them a while, BMW is here with their new i4, and it should have Tesla VERY worried.

This is the i4 M50, the very first electric M/// car and sits at the top of the i4 range with AWD, two motors making 537bhp and nearly 800Nm of torque and a 3.9 seconds sprint to 62mph. But with its 81kWh battery, it also has a 316 mile range which is only a little bit shy of the Model 3.

The body is shared with the new 4-Series Gran Coupe, so it has the 4-Series front end, with a sloping coupe-like roofline and a stylish rear. In this M50 guise, the i4 really is a great looking car; to most people, it wouldn’t even register as an EV.

So you get the looks, the performance and the range – could this be the car to topple Tesla? We think it might; with the styling, BMW’s legendary handling and interiors, it certainly ticks all the boxes. Yes, please!

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Retail Price £71,085
Cash Alternative £57,000
0-62mph 3.9secs
Top Speed 140mph
Power 537bhp
Drivetrain AWD
Torque 795
Battery 81kWh
Range 316miles

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Retail Price £71,085
Cash Alternative £57,000
0-62mph 3.9secs
Top Speed 140mph
Power 537bhp
Drivetrain AWD
Torque 795
Battery 81kWh
Range 316miles

Look out, Tesla – BMW has got you in its sights!

The Model 3 Performance has been the benchmark for mid-sized performance EVs since it came out, mainly because it didn’t have any real rivals. But even though it may have taken them a while, BMW is here with their new i4, and it should have Tesla VERY worried.

This is the i4 M50, the very first electric M/// car and sits at the top of the i4 range with AWD, two motors making 537bhp and nearly 800Nm of torque and a 3.9 seconds sprint to 62mph. But with its 81kWh battery, it also has a 316 mile range which is only a little bit shy of the Model 3.

The body is shared with the new 4-Series Gran Coupe, so it has the 4-Series front end, with a sloping coupe-like roofline and a stylish rear. In this M50 guise, the i4 really is a great looking car; to most people, it wouldn’t even register as an EV.

So you get the looks, the performance and the range – could this be the car to topple Tesla? We think it might; with the styling, BMW’s legendary handling and interiors, it certainly ticks all the boxes. Yes, please!