BMW has finally unveiled its new i8 and i9 sports cars, the world’s fastest and most powerful models, but it’s not quite ready to show them off.
While we get to see a handful of new cars on the show floor, most of them are just a few months away from release, leaving the BMW i9 and BMW iX at the back of the line.
So, for our test, we’re looking at a handful examples from the BMW e91 BMW i7 and i8 range, and we’ve pulled in some performance data to compare the performance of the new models to those of the BMW 6 Series.
First up, the i9 is a four-door compact sedan with a starting price of £33,800.
While the e90 i8 is only £26,000, you’re getting a slightly higher-powered car with more options than the i8.
The BMW iE91 i8 (left) and BMW e87 i8i (right)Both are fairly straightforward, but the BMW E91 i9, the model we’ve been testing for the past month, looks like it has more options and more performance than the BMW 5 Series.
Its powertrain, which is basically the same as the BMW’s E92 BMW i6 with its 2.0-litre twin turbo inline-four engine, is more powerful, and its fuel economy is better too.
The e91 i6 comes in at an impressive 23mpg on the highway, while the e87 is a respectable 23mpgs, but only a couple of tenths slower than the 5 Series in city driving.
The performance numbers look promising, and they are.
The BMW e89 i9 has an impressive 0-62mph time of 4.5 seconds, and a top speed of 207mph, and while the BMW 7 Series has a better 0-60mph time, it’s a mere 4 seconds quicker than the e91.
In city driving, it was 0-61mph, which was faster than the E91.
The e90i is an all-wheel drive sports coupe that is more than capable of handling even the most demanding road conditions.
While it doesn’t have the same power and torque as the E92, it has a much smoother driving experience.
The new i9 also has an electronically controlled electric power steering system, which means the car’s rear wheels have more traction and better handling.
The biggest question for us, however, is whether or not the BMW I9 will be a viable option for all-weather driving, or whether the BMW 3 Series will be the better option.
We’ll find out later this month, but for now we can look at the performance numbers of the i90i.BMW iE90 i9 (left), BMW ie 90 i8 i9 iE92 i8A quick note on the iE96 i9: In terms of power, the new BMW e93 i9 from the e92 BMW e6 series is the best performance-per-dollar car on the market.
But that’s a bit misleading, as we’re not getting the full range of the 6 Series or the BMW X5.
In fact, the performance data for the i92i is much weaker than for the e93.
The E92i i8 was built in-house, but with the i93i, BMW has produced the best possible version of the same car.
It’s a very similar platform to the BMW 4 Series and the BMW 8 Series, with a number of minor changes that bring the i94i up to the level of the E93i.
The i94is got a bigger turbocharged 2.5-litres engine, and it gets a new dual-zone automatic transmission with a five-speed manual.
The car is a good-looking machine, but there are some downsides.
While its performance is better than the 7 Series, it doesn and cannot get the same level of performance as the 7 series.
The i93is is also a bit too tall, so it will need to be mounted on a stand.
If you do want to go the all-road route, you could opt for the BMW M8 i6, which will be slightly longer and a bit more powerful than the M9.
Both the i98 i8e and the i96 i8a are still capable of getting the job done, but they’re a bit heavier and more expensive than the cheaper i93e.
BMW has gone for a larger, more powerful inline-six, but this is not an easy option.
The new BMW i91 i7 is not a bad-looking car, and there’s a reason it’s so popular.
Its performance is impressive and its price is competitive with the best of the best, but its price tag is a bit high.BMWs performance