The BMW i3 has been almost completely revealed in a series of new official images.
Only the grille and headlights, a thin strip below the window sills, and the tailgate and rear bumper BMW’s first mass-produced electric vehicle remain obscured by swirly blue and white camouflage material.
The grille and headlights sit high at the front end above a clean bumper with broad black cut outs containing round fog lights.
Conventional front doors sit ahead of compact rear-hinged fixtures that aid access to the second seating row; the absence of fixed B-pillars and frames around the glass contributing to a clean side profile.
Mystery remains around the rear-end styling, where the German manufacturer has been careful to contain all but some thin strips of LEDs and additional lights positioned alongside the licence plate below the tailgate in the rear bumper.
The cabin is the final piece of the puzzle, and is expected to stay under wraps until BMW officially unveils the i3 in New York on July 29.