https://insideevs.com/bmw-i2-i3-replacement-cheap/ Three days late and two dollars short. The I3 (which we looked at seriously) has sold only 37000 units in 2018 worldwide. Given a full size Model 3 is available at about the same price, why would they want to continue with it. Unless the range is > 200 miles, I am not sure it is even a starter. I am however blown away by this statement BMW is officially working on several new BEVs like the iX3, i4 and iNEXT. The i2, in the longer view, would not be surprisea , but we are not sure whether it would be good to totally retire the i3, especially as sales are growing every year. Maybe the i3 will be simply too expensive against high volume models when all the new BEV platforms hit the market? They are living in an alternate universe. 37,000 units for a car that is been available for years, has a range of 115 miles (about half the Model 3 base which has a range of 220 miles and is actually cheaper) is not, in my, opinion growing. The i2 would be totally different from the i3 According to German Manager Magazine, Klaus Fröhlich – Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, Development – hinted at a potential new BMW i model – the i2, which could be launched on the market in 2024 at prices of under €30,000 ($34,000). The new car is expected to look more conventional than the BMW i3, but could be similar in size, in the form of small sedan or four-door coupe.