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BMW sheds light on its future electrified vehicle launches

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The BMW Group is significantly expanding its range of e-mobility products. By 2023, the company will have 25 electrified models on the roads – more than half of which will be all-electric.

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The key to implementation is highly flexible vehicle architectures and an equally agile production system that enables a model to be manufactured as an all-electric, a plug-in hybrid or a combustion engine version to ideally meet demand in each relevant market segment. By 2021, demand for electrified vehicles is likely to double compared to 2019. The BMW Group then expects to see a steep growth curve up to 2025, with sales of electrified vehicles growing on average by more than 30% annually.

As a pioneer in e-mobility, the BMW Group is already a leading supplier of electrified vehicles. By the end of 2021, the company aims to have more than a million all-electric or plug-in hybrids on the roads worldwide.

At that stage, the BMW Group will offer five all-electric series-built vehicles. Alongside the BMW i3, demand for which has increased by approximately 20% so far this year, November will also see production of the all-electric MINI begin at the Oxford plant (UK). Over 78,000 customers have meanwhile expressed a keen interest in the MINI Electric. In 2020, production of the all-electric BMW iX3 will begin at the Shenyang plant (China), followed in 2021 by the BMW iNext, which will be manufactured at the Dingolfing plant (Germany). The BMW i4 is also due to go into series production at the Munich plant the same year.

In paving the way for the future of mobility, a substantial level of upfront expenditure was again required during the third quarter of 2019. Research and development expenses for the nine-month period totalled €4,247 million ($4,714.17), 9.4% up on the previous year (€ 3,881 million ($4307.91)). The growing proportion of electrified vehicles is also driving up costs.


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