The next BMW 7 Series lineup will incorporate an all-electric car
BMW’s next-generation Series 7 luxury vehicle models will incorporate an all-electric version, as indicated by Autocar. The automaker has declared at a press conference that the next 7 Series vehicles will come in four versions: one with a gasoline-burning engine, a diesel version, a plug-in hybrid, and a completely electric car. Further, Oliver Zipse, BMW’s Chairman of the Board of Management, told participants that the all-electric rendition will be the most impressive among the four.
Zipse told participants that BMW’s long term goal is to have different drive technologies coincide close by each other. By 2023, the organization is wanting to have the option to offer 25 sorts of electric vehicles, conceivable including the electrified 7 Series. It’s additionally preparing for the launch of the all-electric iX3 crossover, which won’t be going to the US, and the i4 electric car.
As indicated by Autoblog, the zero-emission 7 Series model will be powered by BMW’s fifth-generation electric technology – a similar one that power the i4. The next 7 Series cars don’t have a strong launch date yet, yet since the present generation won’t leave production until 2022, everyone will despite everything need to wait a few more years.
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