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With swan-wing doors, a shark-nose grille, and a supercar stance, the i8 plug-in hybrid is a truly revolutionary vehicle. The interior seats four in trappings worthy of a W Hotel. A turbocharged three-cylinder gas engine teams with two electric motors for a combined 357 hp; the i8 hits 60 mph faster than an M3. Top speed is 155 mph; fuel economy is less than 30 mpg—amazing for a supercar but not for a plug-in. Handling is agile, steering sharp; braking is great for any car, let alone a hybrid. The BMW i8 is a unique car from the future designed to work perfectly in the present. It might not have the all-electric range of a Tesla, but it drives like a sports car, looks like a supercar and offers the same comfort as a regular BMW. What do you need to know before you buy a BMW i8? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
If the appearance of a vehicle hardly changes over three decades, yet its popularity remains unbroken, the manufacturer has done everything right . The G class is such a stroke of luck: its design demonstrates timeless distinction. The Mercedes-AMG G 63 is a part of this tradition, setting it own accents with subtle design modifications. Its face is characterized by the AMG radiator grille with duel lamellae and four chrome inserts, as well as prominent bumpers with large air intakes. Another feature that is characteristic for the AMG model is the fender flares. Optional stainless steel running boards and protective strips on the sides containing inserts with a brushed aluminum look complement the exclusive exterior. Other signs of distinction are the "V8 BITURBO" lettering on the front fenders and the Mercedes-AMG G 63 nameplate on the rear door. Red brake calipers and – available for the first time – 20-inch wheels round off the expressive exterior. .