BMW Japan Launches BMW I8 Celebration Edition Protonic Red

Posted: May 31 2016, 12:37pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


BMW Japan Launches BMW i8 Celebration Edition Protonic Red
  • Japan will get a Red colored i8 Celebration Edition of BMW

BMW Japan continues celebrating 100 years of BMW with a limited edition model of BMW i8 Celebration Edition Protonic Red.

BMW is celebrating 100 years of success with the release of many special edition cars. These cars are introduced all around the world. Many of them include limited edition models that are specially released to mark the 100 years of excellence of this great company. 

The i8 Celebration Edition Protonic Red is a limited edition car that is released in Japan. Only 20 units of this car will be released in October this year. I8 Celebration Edition is something to have for sure if you are a BMW lover. It has a Protonic Red color that will distinguish it as a special edition car.

The wheels are 20 inch which are painted in Orbit grey and laced with laser lights that are a treat to watch. The interior of this BMW i8 is stunning as well. It has black leather interior that is paired with red stitching matching its body. The grey seat belt, a carbon fiber trim and velour floor mats all add to the beauty of this celebration car.

This car shows its uniqueness by a dedicated door sill plate and an i8 number badge. It is BMW’s most up to date and advanced hybrid car up till now. It will showcase a horsepower of 362 with a torque of 570 Nm. This car has the ability to go from 0 to 100 km/h in mere 4.4 seconds that shows the efficiency of its engine too. The i8 Celebration Edition Protonic Red will be available at price of $198,000, according to BMWBlog

Many people have booked this car and will be receiving it in early October this year. BMW is planning to launch more celebration cars in other countries as well. However all of these cars will have limited units that will go on for sale. 

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