With just two BMW i cars currently available — and aging — we've been hankering to know what new EVs are coming down the pipeline for the Bavarian automaker. We've had news of the iNext and i4, caught wind of an iX3, and as BMW is in the early stages of a large electrification push, there has been a multitude of "i"-prefaced trademarks registered. The next we can expect, if the rumors from Spanish outlet Motor.es are to be believed, will be a diminutive i1 EV, based on the s
By 2025, BMW is planning to offer 25 electrified models.
Owners will be able to restore range lost to bringing the battery up to optimal temp via mobile app.
At Frankfurt, BMW offers a look into its mid-size future.
It could have a range of up to 435 miles.
We'll see them in the flesh in Frankfurt.
Andretti will run a newly developed BMW powertrain.
Expect fewer manual transmission BMWs in the future.
More electric vehicles are coming soon, and so is autonomy.
More power than a Lamborghini Aventador SV and torque from 0 rpm.
BMW head of research and design Klaus Froehlich is pushing the i sub-brand in a different direction, embracing autonomous vehicles alongside EVs.
The app lets carpoolers find each other and share rides to and from work.