You'd expect the i8 key fob to be innovative—and it is. Weeks after its first appearance, the gadget is still getting some press coverage.
BMW seems to have learned something from Apple and Android-based phones, and the little key fob acts like a mini smart phone with re-programmable functions. But as you can imagine, the BMW i8 key fob won’t be cheap; a replacement will most likely set you back at least $1,000. Gulp..
The i8 goes on sale in Spring 2014 with a base price of $135,925. No word yet on what (if anything) you can add to it.—Paul DucheneBack to News