Revealing the first BMW i4 for STCC 2024

The covers have come off the first completed BMW i4 race car by EPWR ahead of the 2024 STCC season when the national touring car championship becomes the world’s first 100% electric.

“We are proud to deliver the first BMW i4 race car to the STCC ahead of their ground-breaking 2024 season as we continue to push for a sustainable and exciting motorsport future together,” said Micke Jansson, CEO of EPWR.

Exion Racing will field the BMWs in the STCC next year and the team is planning to unveil its design during the spring.

A total of four different models will be represented in the 2024 STCC with the CUPRA Born, BMW i4, Tesla Model 3 and Volkswagen ID.3.

“We showed you the Tesla Model 3 and CUPRA Born earlier this year and now we are very happy to be able to present the BMW i4 as another piece of the puzzle for the 2024 STCC season,” said Micke Bern, CEO of STCC.

All of the 100% electric race cars are constructed by EPWR and features 550hp, rear-wheel drive, a complete absence of electronic driver aids and 100% focus on spectacular, sustainable motorsport.

The deliveries of EPWR will continue throughout the spring and Brink Motorsport recently presented their first Tesla Model 3 during the Gothenburg eCarExpo.

The 2024 STCC season will for the first time ever start on the streets of Gothenburg on June 8-9, featuring the explosive Head 2 Head format, learn more here.