Electric Intrigue

Electric Intrigue

Imagine an automotive "iPhone" that's smarter than any "smartphone" that came before and changes the game with its special combination of hardware, software and designer wear. The game-changing gadget in question is the i3, BMW's weirdest science project yet for the general public.

The multi-faceted, battery-powered machine is packed with state-of-the-art technology, constructed like a carbon supercar and crafted like a work of art, rolling on equally arty alloy wheels.

It's one of the most interesting vehicles to ever hit the road in Singapore, so it's no surprise that our three Torque experts have a keen interest in the clever little electric car…

For the full details, read our cover story in the November issue!

1. Get the latest issue of Torque to discover the latest cars and enjoy the greatest car features.
2. Torque, published by SPH Magazines, is available at all newsstands now, and on tablet (www.torque.com.sg/subscription)
3. David Ting is the editor of Torque magazine by SPH Magazines.
4. Check out more stories at Torque online at www.torque.com.sg.

Also, check out the November 2014 issue for these other great stories:
1) BENTO ARIGATO (pg 58-61)
Practical people will thank Suzuki for the boxy, roomy and stupendously user-friendly Solio
We drive the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso, Renault Grand Scenic and Peugeot 5008 “from” Paris to Pasir Ris to find the MPV that can make the whole family say oui!
The legendary Silk Road came to life for this writer, who hit the Road in a convoy of smooth McLaren supercars

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