BMW i8 hybrid supercar is so high that used models are selling for almost 50 percent more than the list price.
Why this is happening?!
Anyone who had the foresight (and finances) to put their name down a few years ago would have paid £ 99,845. But there are now examples of used car websites with between one and 250 miles going for £139,995.
However the BMW i8, is one of the most unique-looking vehicles on the road today will soon have a variant that many BMW diehards have been clamoring for. The convertible BMW i8 Spyder was recently spotted through rigorous winter testing in the coldzing conditions of Sweden’s coldest and harshest climate.
The spectacular high-performance hybrid looks even more sexier than a convertible and we can not wait to have it on our Toledo dealership ready for Ohio’s BMW fans to admire. It will land sometime next year, but no official dates have been announced just yet. Q2 or Q3 of 2018 seems most likely.
Great Design, very gorgeous car
The BMW i8 is a gorgeous car. Turning heads wherever it goes, it grabs the attention of any car aficionado luckily enough to see one. It’s so exciting, it’s futuristic that it makes you stop doing what you’re doing and just stare. The Spyder gets a very short removable top that slopes off very sharply into that long rear end. Although the doors may not open up like the coupe because of the roof, it’s still a pretty beast, we’re sure you’ll agree.
BMW i8 is one step closer to be perfect.
The non-convertible i8 is expected to receive minor changes for the next model year in the form of a mild facelift and several under-the-skin upgrades, and you can bet that Spyder will wear some of the same revisions. The camouflaged i8 Spyder in the initial spy shots does not reveal much, so we’ll have to wait for the official debut before we know what other upgrades are coming. An improved 10-kW-hr battery pack will almost certainly make an entrance and power will probably jump to 372 horsepower.