Details about the drivetrain of the BMW i4 have been revealed well ahead of it going on sale globally from 2021.
According to the automaker, the i4 should be capable of completing the 0-100km/h dash in around four seconds and will have a top speed of over 200km/h.
Equipped with a 80kWh battery pack weighing around 550 kilograms, the i4 will have a driving range of up to 600 kilometres.
Hooked up to a 150kW charger, the i4's battery can be topped up to 80 per cent within 35 minutes.
As we've seen in spy photos and official teasers, the new i4 is a four-door "coupe", or Gran Coupe in BMW parlance.
It should share a lot in common with the upcoming 4 Series Gran Coupe, although some distinct styling elements, such as a closed-off grille and lift-up door handles, will be used to distinguish the two vehicles.
The i4 will be built in Munich alongside the 3 Series.