BMW Electric Cars Owners Manual PDF

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Owners manual, operating instructions, user manuals for BMW electric car – i3 & i8.

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BMW i3 2014 Owner’s Manual [PDF] 31.5Mb Download
BMW i3 2015 Owner’s Manual [PDF] 18.8Mb Download
BMW i8 2014 Owner’s Manual [PDF] 14.3Mb Download
BMW i8 2015 Owner’s Manual [PDF] 13.6Mb Download


BMW i3 (factory code I01) is an electric (hybrid) B-class car of the German company BMW.

The BMW i3 is part of Project i, for which a new BMW i brand has been created. The BMW i3 was launched in mass production in 2013 with deliveries in several markets around the world since November 2013. The i3 concept car was presented in 2011 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The prototype BMW i3 was demonstrated by BMW specialists during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. The serial version was presented in late June 2013 simultaneously in three cities – New York, London and Beijing.

The i3 is equipped with a 168 hp electric motor. and 250 Nm of torque, which transmits torque through the gearbox to the rear wheels. The maximum speed of the car is limited to 150 km / h, from 0 to 100 km / h the car accelerates in 7.2 seconds (7.9 in the i3 RangeExtender version). The average energy consumption in the driving cycle is 12.9 kWh per 100 km. The average fuel consumption in the i3 RangeExtender version per 100 km is 0.6 litres. The car can travel from about 130 to 160 km, with the system “Eco Pro +” – more than 250 km. (In this mode, the car turns off the air conditioning system and limits the maximum speed to 90 km / h.). The i3 RangeExtender version has a 2-cylinder, 650 cc petrol engine with 34 hp, which charges the batteries, thus increasing the range to 300-340 km.

BMW i3 Owners Manual PDF

BMW i3


BMW i8 – all-wheel-drive coupe class “G2” with a hybrid power plant. The BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics concept car was first presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2009. In 2013, the company began mass production of BMW i8 cars in Leipzig. The production model debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013, car sales began in 2014.

BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics is an all-wheel-drive two-door coupe. Chassis and suspension are made of aluminium, roof and doors are made of polycarbonate. The coefficient of aerodynamic air resistance is 0.26.

The instrument panel is located on the central head-up display and windshield. This combination creates the impression of three-dimensional space. The most important information, such as speedometer readings and driving route, is displayed on the windshield in the form of a projection, which provides the greatest safety, as the driver does not have to look at the dashboard.

The base BMW i8 includes a navigation system, leather trim panels and seats, LED headlights, an all-digital instrument panel, windscreen wipers with rain sensors, front and rear parking sensors, 20-inch wheels, adaptive shock absorbers, adaptive cruise control, to the vehicle in front. The roadster got a fabric roof with an electric drive. Passive safety is provided by six airbags, a BMW Assist system with the ability to call rescue services at any time of day and a plastic frame on the passenger side, reinforced with carbon fibre.

The car’s power plant is a Plug-in hybrid system. The system uses a combination of 2 electric motors powered by lithium-ion batteries and a 3-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine. The 1st electric motor is located in the far part of a cowl and gives out constant power of 60 kW and 104 kW. The 2nd electric motor is located between the 1st electric motor and the internal combustion engine, which produces a constant power of 25 kW and 38 kW. The transmission is a 6-speed robotic second-generation gearbox. The 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine develops 170 kW (231 horsepower) and a maximum torque of 320 N • m at 3700 rpm.

In total, the car develops a power of 266 kW (362 hp) and a maximum torque of 570 Nm. Accelerates to 100 km / h in 4.8 seconds and develops a top speed of over 250 km / h. At this power, fuel consumption is only 3.76 litres per 100 km. Only on electric traction, the car can travel a distance of 30 km. On a filled tank with a capacity of 25 litres and fully charged batteries, the car can travel 440 kilometres.

Battery charging time from the mains is 2.5 hours at a voltage of 230 volts. At a voltage of 400 volts, charging occurs in 30 minutes.

In addition to the coupe, the car is sold in a convertible body.

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