The reveal is scheduled at an online event on Tuesday, 3 March 2020, at 8.15 a.m CET
If you have been following the recent developments surrounding the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, you probably know that the current coronavirus scare made the organizers cancel the event altogether. In turn, that means that some high-profile EV and hybrid model reveals have also been canceled as a result. However, that also means that some manufacturers will take the reveal online, with BMW being one of them.
Due to the current situation, the Geneva International Motor Show 2020 has been cancelled. Of course, we understand this decision, but we also regret that the show cannot take place as usual.
Instead, the BMW Group will present the program planned for Geneva, including the world premiere of the BMW Concept i4, at a digital press conference with the Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Oliver Zipse, in Munich at the originally planned time: Tuesday, 3 March 2020, at 8.15 a.m.
Hopefully, the BMW i4 is just what we all want it to be: a gorgeous looking high-performance, driver-oriented machine with plenty of range. And to be honest, we’re definitely worried about the Bavarian carmaker, especially considering their latest designs and somewhat, the flops that the vehicles like the new 1 Series, X2 or 2 Series Gran Coupe were. It’s time for BMW to step into the future and reveal something that is both soothing to our eyes but also delivers the well-known performance we’d expect from this carmaker as well.
Stay tuned for a full reveal tomorrow! We’ll be sure to cover it for you and drop you all the media and information as soon as it becomes available. A full-size teaser image (looking quite good silhouette wise!) is available right below.
Source: BMW AG