BMW i sub-brand chief goes in-depth about the automaker's future electrification pursuits. He's not clear with some responses, but still paints us a picture.
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For BMW to be successful in the electric vehicle market, the German carmaker will have to achieve the needed range. It targets over 400 miles.
As BMW and other German automakers move forward slowly toward electric cars, there's still plenty of negativity.
Legacy automakers have a long way to go to reach the level of Tesla's electric vehicles. The burden is real and causing more grief than anticipated.
Judging by how fast the ball is starting to roll, we envision Tesla coming face-to-face with some rather stiff & aggressive competition in the following years.
Our first-ever look at the real BMW Vision iNext out in the wild before it boards an airplane for its in-flight reveal.
The latest BMW iNEXT teaser video shows us the rear of the car, we can pick & dissect the details, but it doesn't reveal too much just yet.
Will present in four cities during 'round-the-world flight The BMW Vision iNext isn't set to darken the doorways of garages until sometime in 2021. That...
Harald Krüger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG, said that the upcoming models will have increased range of up to 700 km (435 miles), which he...
While BMW watches Tesla in its Model 3 efforts, it believes there are better ways to go about the process. Though BMW has much more experience as an automaker...
BMW is providing an early glimpse of its flagship electric model scheduled to be launched in 2021 once production will kick off at the Dingolfing factory in Germany.
Who needs a twin-turbo when you can employ three electric motors? BMW's future architecture will make just about anything possible.
One of the more exciting EVs in BMW's future, the car currently known as the iNext or i5, is going to debut a lot of self-driving tech, but remain Level 3.
While BMW just claims that it will be a “larger vehicle” sources inside BMW claim that it’s similar in size and shape to the Jaguar I-Pace.
According to a recent report, all the new BMW models falling under the "i Brand" will be all electric, including the next generation of i3 and i8
BMW, Intel and Mobileye to bring fully autonomous cars to streets by 2021, and the subject of a recent Tesla fatal accident was also discussed
BMW will introduce its new "flagship" into showrooms in 2021. The electric, autonomous car will be coined the BMW iNext. Harald Krueger, BMW CEO told annual...