BMW's new i8 Roadster is the second-most expensive car in the brand's range, with prices revealed to start at £124,735.
The price puts it behind the range-topping M760Li, which is priced at £138,335. That car is also the brand's fastest-accelerating car in its history.
BMW unveiled the production version of the i8 Roadster at last year's Los Angeles motor show in November. The long-awaited two-seater features an updated 369bhp plug-in petrol-electric hybrid driveline.
The arrival of the i8 Roadster comes more than five years after it was originally unveiled as a concept at the 2012 Beijing motor show and two years since a more production-based concept was unveiled at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The lengthy gestation period has led to the first open-top model from BMW’s fledgeling i brand adopt a newly developed roof structure. It automatically stows beneath a panel integrated within the two buttresses behind the cabin at the press of a button.