2018 BMW i3s Review: Loud, But Silent
Modern electric vehicles are increasing their driving range and decreasing their visual shoutiness. We’re long past the stage where EVs need wild and crazy sheet metal to attract customers. But don’t tell BMW that. Its i3 gets a new trim level for 2018, which adds (even more) visual flair and additional driving range, although not enough to hold a candle to the distances the Chevrolet Bolt EV and the Nissan Leaf can travel on a single charge.
While it can’t match its newer competition in terms of sheer distance, the new i3s is easily the vehicle to get if you want usable electrification and space in a vehicle that constantly shouts about its ability to drive silently.