BMW looks to expand its EV horizon other than “i” sub-brand.
We might be seeing an electric Mini in few years. BMW is working rigorously in order to promote the electric concept and to produce the newest electric cars for the customers. For that purpose the company has registered many new batches to go with the flow of this new electric modulation.
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It looks like, now BMW is off to introduce an electric Mini. The strict emission rules have led many companies to work on better emission programs or to simply go forward with the electric vehicles.
The company is also planning to produce an all electric version of its X3 SUV. They are also looking to make 7 series sedans green too. The all electric vehicle will be available in market as soon as 2019. The X3 SUV following the electric module will go on sale probably in the year 2020, according to AutoBlog.
BMW has not offered any kind of specific detail about the mileage and battery types of these new EVs. We just know for sure that new EVs and a new EV Mini is coming to the market in two years.
The battery that is used in i3 is supposed to provide a mileage of 114 miles. The company has also boosted its single charge range by 40 percent.
BMW used a Mini as their first electric testing vehicle. This getting a Mini E was something like that of electric Mini was bound to happen. The Mini E was produced 2009 and 2010 and after that BMW went on to produce ActiveE.