Dj Tira’s BMW Car Is Really Amazing And Exciting

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Mthokozisi Khathi, known professionally as DJ Tira, is a South African DJ, record producer, artist, and proprietor of Afrotainment. DJ Tira founded the Afrotainment record label in 2007. Since then, the record company has signed several well-known South African performers, and it has grown into one of the entertainment industry’s powerhouses.

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DJ Tira is a jack of all trades who owns a number of businesses. Despite the lockdown challenges, his business appears to be doing well, and the owner is reaping the benefits as expected. DJ Tira is known for his passion for automobiles, and he is not afraid to spend a lot of money on his beloved wheels. He decided to give himself an early present during his birthday month. He purchased a BMW i8 Roadster a few days ago for R2 542,900, according to the BMW price list.

“Enjoy every moment of your life.” The DJ revealed his new car addition in the caption of his Instagram image. He is then seen in the video driving his fancy i8 roadster out of the BMW showroom in Balito, KwaZulu-Natal.

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The roaster’s time has come, and it is now accessible in South Africa, after nearly eight years of development. It has a 1.5-liter turbo three-cylinder engine with a plug-in hybrid system that produces 369 horsepower. In just 4.4 seconds, you can go from zero to one hundred kilometers per hour.

 

The roadster is an outstanding engineering feat for BMW, and as times change, so must BMW. The front seats are supportive and comfy.

The cabin is covered in leather from top to bottom, and luxury materials are used throughout, with carbon fiber peeking out from the chassis. However, BMW ditched the back seats in favor of a soft-top roof.Regardless, it is money well spent because you get a lot of bang for your buck, especially for sportscar fans.

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