Regarding electric vehicles, Tesla continues to be the industry leader.
If you ask Tesla owners, that is. In actuality, the midsize electric vehicle market is heating
such as the 2023 BMW i5, are lining up to challenge the industry titan from Silicon Valley.
Speaking of which, the BMW EV i5 is brand-new and offers a lot of features.
Let us now examine its comparison with the esteemed Tesla Model S.
Although it may seem unlikely, the 2024 BMW i5 will actually cost less than the Tesla Model S.
The Model S begins at a staggering $88,490, with the Model S Plaid going into six figures.
The i5 is priced at $66,800. Even with the more powerful BMW i5 M60, the starting price is $84,100
Even yet, it remains less expensive than the Tesla with comparable specs.
Whether you love or hate Tesla, it’s hard to deny that it knows what it’s doing regarding performance.
According to Tesla, the base Model S can get up to 60 mph from a standstill in only 3.1 seconds
After that distance is covered, the Model S can reach a top speed of 149 mph.