When BMW unveiled its new performance parts for the i3 and i8, it touted that the cars would be “the first cars to deliver the performance and refinement you want.”
The i3 will feature the i5, the i7, and the i9 turbocharged four-cylinder engine, while the i8 will feature a new all-new 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-six engine.
BMW is using the iPerformance brand, which the automaker first acquired in 2017.
This year’s lineup of performance parts also includes the iDrive, iDrive+ eDrive, and iDriveDriveDrive, which will allow customers to customize the performance of the i6, i7 and i9 without a need to buy separate parts.
However, those parts have proven to be more expensive than the i2 and i3, which have been available for some time.
And while the prices of BMW’s new performance cars are expected to come down with the introduction of the new i8 in 2019, consumers should be wary of buying any performance parts with an advertised price tag of more than $3,000.
BMW has already said that performance parts that cost $3 to $4,000 will be off the market by the end of 2020.
The company will also be lowering the prices on some of its performance parts.
The iDrive and i7 will see a price cut in 2020, while iDrive Drive will see an increase of $1,000 to $2,000 in 2020.
This is a great move by BMW, which has been struggling to bring the i4 to market and has a lot of work ahead of it.
However: The i7 performance parts will be available for an additional $300 to $400.
As for the premium premium i3 performance parts: they will cost $1 to $3 more than the $2 to $5 i6 and i5.
The price of the $3.8-million i3 is set to go up to $1.4 million in 2020 and $1 million to $6 million in 2021.
The pricing will be lower than that of the original i3’s $4.2 million price tag.
The new i7 Performance Edition is expected to debut at the Detroit auto show next month.