BMW and Kith pack seven exclusive i4 M50s

The collaboration between BMW and the fashion brand Kith. The brand founded in 2011 by the New York designer and stylist Ronnie Fieg has created seven specials i4 M50 with unique paint and fittings in the world.

One of these seven BMWs will soon be sold at an auction and, to celebrate the launch of the seven models, Kith has prepared a collection of accessories inspired by the electric sedan from Munich and a vintage one-off.

Collectible aesthetics

The i4 M50 is characterized by the unprecedented dark green color (present on all models) which has taken the name of Kith Vitality Green. The particular color is also shown inside the BMW logo, while the passenger compartment is distinguished by the colored leather Caramel. The on-board equipment is also made special by the references to the fashion brand on the seats and on the lower part of the dashboard.

BMW i4 M50 by Kith
BMW i4 M50 by Kith

In addition, the mats have a color matched to the rest of the passenger compartment, while laser-engraved “Kith Exclusive Edition” is printed on the headrests and central armrest.

An electric of the present and one of the past

The standard equipment of Kith’s BMW i4 M50 also includes the M brake system with red calipers, the M aerodynamic package, the BMW Individual Shadow Line and the Driving Assistant Plus package.

No change for the BMW engine that keeps the 544 CV of the original version. Thus even these special specimens can sprint from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.9 seconds, as well as a distance of 520 km in the WLTP cycle.

BMW i4 M50 by Kith

It should be noted that, on the occasion of the launch of the i4 M50, Ronnie Fieg also presented a very special one-off: a BMW 1602 Elektro from 1972. It is a tribute to the original 1602, a model that was converted to electric power for use as a camera car during the 1972 Munich Olympics. This model will remain the property of Fieg, who already owns a collection of numerous BMWs.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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