Review: BMW i3
One of the things I’ve most admired about BMW over the years is its steadfast refusal to look backward. Oh, the company has a deep respect for its own history – a trip to their museum in Munich will tell you just how deep. But, limited-run Z8 excepted, it’s one of the few car brands that has really resisted the urge to use its back catalogue as a source for lazy new designs. From its tech-flagship 7 Series models right on down to the least expensive, entry-level cars, BMW has always been looking forward.