News Digest Item
10 Nov 2016

“Drives electric and autonomous for 750 kilometres”

auto motor sport

BMW’s new model from its e-car “i” sub-brand,  which will be able to drive up to 750 kilometres on one charge, will likely hit the market as late as 2021, reports auto motor sport. The range of a basic version will be 550 kilometres and can be upgraded to 750 kilometres for a higher price. The model, dubbed iNext, will also have advanced capabilities to drive autonomously. “The iNext will prove our leadership claim in these technologies,” BMW’s head of development, Klaus Fröhlich, told the magazine.

Read the article in German here.

For background, read the CLEW factsheet Early e-car starter BMW plans new mobility sprint.

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