The BMW i7 unveiled on Wednesday boasts a luxurious interior that includes a flatscreen lowering from the ceiling to entertain passengers in the rear.
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BMW will stop making internal combustion engines at its main plant in Munich by 2024, its head of production said.
BMW has timed its shift to electric cars well and its upcoming products will upend the perception the German car maker is behind on electrification, its top executive said.
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 has a message for Apple: Bring it on! Chief financial officer Nicolas Peter said he is undaunted by reports that the world’s most valuable company could enter the car business.
Tesla’s years-long dominance of electric car sales may soon be over as traditional car makers introduce a slew of new battery-powered models, one of its German rivals said.
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.
BMW South Africa is to shut down its Rosslyn manufacturing plant in Pretoria for two weeks because of risks posed by Covid-19 and the resulting impact on demand for new vehicles.
BMW promoted production chief Oliver Zipse to CEO, resetting its leadership to catch up with rivals in the transition to an era of self-driving, electric cars.