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BMW Set To Unveil Upgraded i3S Electric Vehicle This September

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BMW will be upgrading their i3 electric car with the i3S, and details will be coming out this fall. Among the new features will be a bigger driving range, some new looks, and performance enhancements. The original car, a five-door hatchback, was released back in 2014 and is still in production today.

i3S will be unveiled to the public in September during the Frankfurt Auto Show, also known as the International Motor Show Germany, from the 14th to the 24th. The new car’s horsepower could jump up to 188, which should improve the car’s jumpoff point. It takes 7.2 seconds to get the car from 0 to 60 miles per hour, which is significantly higher when compared to BMW’s superior model, the M3, that can do it in 4.7 seconds.