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    Last week, we confidently predicted that we’d be hearing more about BMW’s first all-electric and plug-in hybrid production cars -- the i3 electric minicar and i8 plug-in supercar -- as we neared the BMW-sponsored 2012 Olympics. For the past few weeks, most of the news we’ve heard has centered around the 2014 BMW i3. But now, thanks to UK-based CarMagazine, we know a little more about its bigger, faster, brother. Taking 4.9 seconds to reach 62 mph, the BMW i8 isn’t quite as fast as the all-electric 2011 Tesla Roadster 2.5 sport. But while the Tesla Roadster wins hands...

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