The BMW i3 is a car with a conscious targeted toward busy millennials. 

It has seats made from recycled materials. The body panels are made from special materials that prevent dings. The interior uses real wood, and is overall pretty minimalist. 

Oh, and it's all electric. 

The 2017 i3 has a 94 Ah, 33 kWh battery that gives the driver range of 114 miles of city/highway use. Add in 19 inch wheels, real-time traffic and information and an easy to use five-door hatchback design and more i3's could be on the road in not too long. 

BMW is seeing the strongest sales for the i3 in urban markets in California, Jose Guerrero, Product Manager for BMW told TheStreet in an interview Wednesday at the New York International Auto Show. 

The doors open out for easier access in tight quarters. 

Source: Brian Sozzi
Source: Brian Sozzi

Real wood. No transmission case for the car means more legroom upfront. 

Source: Brian Sozzi
Source: Brian Sozzi

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Editors' pick: Originally published April 12.

 

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