The BMW electric car offerings are going to be dramatically ramping, with new i5 and i7 sedans set to headline an expanded line-up of nine models that will underpin an ambitious 10-year growth plan.
- Under this plan, BMW plans to sell over 7 million PHEVs and EVs by the end of 2030
- BMW will continue to offer both petrol and diesel engines for the foreseeable future
- The new models include the i1, iX1, i3, iX3, i4, i5, iX5, i7 and iX7
The carmaker will launch the new cars as part of its new ‘Power of Choice’ sustainability plan, under which it has committed to selling more than seven million plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and pure-electric vehicles (EV) by the end of 2030.
What does BMW hope to achieve with the ‘Power of Choice’ plan?
BMW expects to sell 4.6 million fully electric vehicles within the next 10 years, an average of 4,60,000 per year and a huge increase…