BMW has teamed up with New York designer Ronnie Fieg’s Kith brand to create an exclusive new limited edition BMW i4. A version based on the M50 model that stands out for its exterior and interior design. Less than ten units will be manufactured.
The car manufacturer BMW
has used the brand for the second time Kith
of the New York designer Ronnie Fieg
with the aim of giving life to an exclusive electric car. The protagonist of this association is none other than the BMW i4. And more specifically the sports version M50. The new BMW i4 M50 by Kith It is a very interesting limited edition loaded with unique details on the outside and inside.
Only seven units will be manufactured and one of them will be auctioned. But how is it different from an i4 M50 that we can currently find in dealerships? Let’s go into detail and review the main features of a limited edition within the reach of a few.
The keys to the new BMW i4 M50 by Kith
The exterior of the new i40 M50 by Kith stands out for the body painted in dark green Kith Vitaly Green. It is the first BMW color to be named after a brand partner. Black bodywork elements such as the grille or exterior mirror caps help create contrast. In addition, Kith’s name has been added to the BMW badge.
Leaving aside the outside, if we go into the interior of the new i40 M50 by Kith we will quickly be enveloped by a warm atmosphere and a comfortable environment. The color scheme helps to enhance the more elegant side of the German electric. Merino leather is the predominant material in the upholstery. Not only has it been used on seats and door panels, it can also be found on floor mats.
The Kith brand logo is present on the headrests and armrests. The name “Kith Exclusive Edition” has also been engraved to make it clear at all times that this is not a conventional i4.
The autonomy of the new BMW i4 M50 by Kith
Regarding the propulsion system there is no news. Being the M50 model, this limited edition i4 is powered by two motors, one on the front axle with 190 kW (258 hp) and one on the rear axle with 230 kW (313 hp). The total power reaches 400 kW (544 hp) and 795 Nm of maximum torque. By having a motor on each axis, it boasts all-wheel drive xDrive.
The motors are powered by energy stored in a 80.7 kWh (net capacity) lithium-ion battery. It is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and reaching a top speed of 225 km/h. declare a autonomy of 520 kilometers
according to the WLTP cycle.
It is also worth mentioning the fact that the i4 M50 by Kith has not been presented alone. It has shared the stage with another very interesting project in which both firms have also collaborated. And it is the transformation of a BMW 1602 from the year 1972 into an electric car that sports a similar exterior appearance.