BMW’s “electromobility” drive is about to gain further momentum, with the German luxury vehicle manufacturer announcing it will release the last Mini model with a combustion engine variant in 2025.
BMW will offer a fully electric 5-series as part of sweeping product overhaul unveiled on Monday as the German car maker seeks to lower vehicle emissions during production and on the road.
Europe is poised to lead global growth in electric-car sales next year as governments across the region offer consumers ever-sweeter incentives toward the purchase of new vehicles.
BMW’s first electric Mini will hit the streets by the end of the year, targeting urban buyers and giving the German manufacturer more ammunition to compete with Volkswagen and Tesla.
Mini is planning for a future when traditional vehicle ownership will be optional and its model line will consist of free-floating robo-cars. The Mini Vision Next 100 electric concept car picks up passengers autonomously
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