If you have a cool $300,000 feel like owning a piece of the future in the form of an electric sports car, the BMW i8 is probably for you.
BMW Australia confirmed today that the i8 would run you $299,000, as first caught by The Motor Report.
To compare the BMW i8 to the rest of the local supercar market, right now you can pick up an Aston Martin Rapide S for $371,000; a Lamborghini Huracan for $428,000, or a McLaren 650S for $441,500.
However, the $299,000 price tag for the BMW i8 pales in comparison to one of Australia's most expensive supercars: the Ferrari 458 Speciale, which will ring up at a phenomenal $550,000.
If you want to save yourself around $100,000, you can pick up a fully-optioned Tesla Model S for just shy of $200,000.
The BMW i8 will ship from early next year.
If you had $300,000 which supercar would you buy? Tell us in the comments!