Official Car of MotoGP™: BMW M presents a new BMW i4 M50 Safety Car for a FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup.

Munich. Presenting a initial fully-electric reserve automobile from BMW M:
BMW M GmbH, a “Official Car of MotoGP™”, will betray a new BMW i4
M50 Safety Car for a FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup during a Motorcycle
Grand Prix of Austria on 15th Aug during a Red Bull Ring (AUT). It
will reinstate a BMW i8 Safety Car, that has formerly led a field
in a electric motorcycle series, that takes place on a support
programme for MotoGP™.


The new reserve automobile for a FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup is formed on the
BMW i4 M50 (power expenditure combined: 22.5 to 18.0 kWh/100km WLTP;
CO2 emissions combined: 0 g/km WLTP*), that will be
launched in Nov 2021. The initial fully-electric opening car
from BMW M GmbH will yield heated pushing pleasure. With an
electric engine on both a front and a back axle, generating a total
outlay of 400 kW/544 hp, and M-specific framework technology, it offers
enthralling pushing dynamics. The romantic pushing knowledge is
underlined in sold by a expostulate sound, that has been developed
privately for electric BMW M cars. With all a properties, a BMW
i4 M50 forms a ideal basement for use as a reserve automobile in MotoE™.


“With a BMW i4 M50, we are entering a new epoch and presenting our
initial M with a fully-electric expostulate train,” says Markus Flasch, CEO of
BMW M GmbH. “With a initial M BEV, we are environment march for a future,
in that a multiple of intensely sporty, opening vehicles and
foundation is an sparkling theme. We are display that everything
people have come to value about M – a standard romantic M driving
knowledge with sportiness, energy and dynamics – is also probable in a
fully-electric vehicle. While a prolongation chronicle of a four-door
Gran Coupé will strike a marketplace in a autumn, a fans can suffer its
universe premiere during a racetrack this summer. There could not be a more
suitable reserve automobile for MotoE than a BMW i4 M50 – pure
performance, fully-electric. We are looking brazen to a premiere in Spielberg.”


The FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup has been partial of a MotoGP™ world
championship given 2019. The fully-electric series, with Energica
motorcycles, offers stirring head-to-head races and sparkling battles
during some of a many iconic circuits in motorcycle racing.


For some-more information about BMW M GmbH and a impasse as the
‘Official Car of MotoGP™’, see: