BMW i8 Spyder Concept: Photo Gallery

BMWi8SpyderConcept

It may look like something out of near-future sci-fi, but the BMW i8 Spyder concept's future as a production car is nearer than it seems. The automaker has said it will build the high-performance hybrid plug-in by 2014. BMW has even brought some of its space-age features a bit more down to earth in preparation.

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Interior features, from tech to color schemes, now more closely resemble their production counterparts. While the convertible Spyder lacks a backseat, it's unlikely drivers will think long about that as they accelerate from zero to 62 mph while enjoying a 94 mpg combined rating. Check out the gallery below.

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

BMW i8 Spyder Concept

Comments 

Aaron Tindall

"it's unlikely drivers will think long about that as they accelerate from zero to 62 mph while enjoying a 94 mpg combined rating"

Sometimes I like accellerating to speeds other than 62 mph.

Nice Innovation and Technology. Keep it up.

carlover

look! a chevy camaro and bmw m5 had a baby!

H Pearson

Wow its not every day you run into something like this at bmw of newport dealership. I would love this concept.

harry

Ferrari and Lambourghini should be very worried

kimkimee

this is giong to be my d car i wonder if they are going to have a cholorship for winning a brand new 2012-2013 bmw

Joel Joseph

You've will not ever see such a car from cowards like lamborghini,ferarri,bugatti etc but from the ( LK)Luxury King BMW

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