Why is the BMW i8 Built So Light?

One of the components of a sports car is its lightness. The feel of a ride in a sports vehicle is like riding on a cushion of air. The creation of that feeling is the result of a concentrated effort by engineers to make the contact of rubber and road as light as possible to increase power while saving energy.

In the BMW i8, the weight is reduced by several factors. Beginning where the car contacts the road, the alloy wheels consist of lighter materials, yet just as strong as heavy steel. The suspension system also includes a lighter and stronger alloy that resists heat better than steel. And, most of all, the body that makes you look so good while driving through Milford consists of a lightweight, yet strong, carbon-steel alloy.

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