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Stupid Fast – Full Review on the BMW i4 M50 Grand Coupe

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Stupid Fast – Full Review on the BMW i4 M50 Grand Coupe

The video begins with an introduction by the presenter discussing their previous experience with BMWs, specifically the M4 Coupe and the M440i Grand Coupe, both of which were among their favorite BMWs. The presenter then expresses their excitement for the 2022 BMW i4 M50 Grand Coupe they are about to test drive.

After getting in the car and driving off, the presenter gives an overview of the trims available for the all-electric compact executive car, which include the I4 eDrive40 and the I4 M50. They then provide a detailed description of the exterior features of the car, including the popular Frozen Portimao Blue Metallic paint, M Carbon Exterior Package, and Shadowline Exterior trim. The presenter also mentions the Icon Adaptive LED w/Laserlight and 20” M Bi-Color Gunmetal Grey wheels, as well as the high-performance non-run-flat range tires and M Sport Brakes with Blue Calipers.

Next, the presenter talks about the dimensions of the car, including its length, wheelbase, width, height, and ground clearance, as well as its trunk/hatch/bed capacity of 10 cu ft. They then describe the engine options available, including the I4 M50 All-Wheel Drive (Dual Motor) with 536 hp and 586 torque and the I4 eDrive40 with 355 hp and 317 torque. The presenter notes that the I4 eDrive40 has a range of 301 miles, while the I4 M50 has a range of 270 miles, both with a battery capacity of up to 81 kWh.

Moving on to the interior of the car, the presenter describes the Cognac perforated SenseTec interior, heated steering wheel, heated front seats, and optional ambient lighting and Harman Kardon Surround Sound. They also mention the car’s tech features, including the 12.3-inch information display and 14.9-inch control display that merge into a single driver-focused unit, the new BMW iDrive 8, and the M Technology Package. Other tech features include Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, wireless device charging, and the BMW Curved Display with HUD.

The presenter then discusses the driving experience of the i4, highlighting its near-perfect 50/50 weight distribution, the battery module that lowers the car’s center of gravity, and the Sport Boost feature that unleashes instant torque, maximum horsepower, and an M-specific soundscape. The car also includes Active Driving Assistant Pro, Extended Traffic Jam Assistant, full Parking assistance package, and Regenerative braking with adjustable region.

Finally, the presenter compares the prices of the two trims available, with the I4 eDrive40 starting at an MSRP of $55,900 and the I4 M50 starting at $67,300. They also mention that the review car they are driving costs $82,820. Check out the full review and let us know your thoughts in the comments below. If you enjoyed the video, be sure to hit that like button and consider subscribing to the channel. Thanks for watching!

Adam was one of the founding members of txGarage back in 2007 when he worked for a Suzuki dealership in Dallas, TX. He is now our Publisher and Editor-in-Chief. He's always been into cars and trucks and has extensive knowledge on both. Check Adam out on twitter @txgarage.

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