BMW unveils new electric models in 2023

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At its annual press conference yesterday, the BMW Group confirmed the presentation of several electric vehicle models this year, including the BMW 5 Series and the Performance version. In this move to electrify its models, the German automaker is also expected to release a new range in 2024.

 

Like its competitors, BMW is accelerating its development of electric models. The German brand is one of the manufacturers that offers high-end vehicles without local emissions, ranging from small and compact cars to luxury class and mid-size models.

 

At its annual conference, Oliver Zipse, the car company’s president, revealed more details about its plans to bring electric vehicles to market, culminating in the arrival this year of the i5 sedan.

 

It’s all part of a plan to offer battery-electric vehicles “in virtually all major segments of its business”, the company said. Indeed, the group announced its goal in 2023 to achieve 15 percent of deliveries with all-electric models. The goal will be 20 percent in 2024, 25 percent in 2025 and 33 percent in 2026.

 

Several electric models

 

The eighth generation BMW 5 Series will debut in 2023. According to Oliver Zipse, the new sedan will be “more dynamic and comfortable than ever”, with a “sporty and elegant design”. It will feature the BMW 8.5 operating system with the BMW Curved Display, innovative digital services and, for the first time, a purely electric drive system for the BMW i5. The official launch is only a few months away and production will start in the summer. Starting in October, the i5 will go on sale in Korea, Europe and the United States.

 

“The flexible powertrain architecture means that the new BMW 5 Series Sedan can be offered in all-electric and plug-in hybrid variants, as well as powered by highly efficient gasoline and diesel engines with 48V mild hybrid technology, the automaker says.

 

Noting that the all-electric i4 M50 was the best-selling M vehicle last year, BMW said the upcoming 5 Series will be offered with an M Performance version, featuring a 100 percent electric drivetrain.

 

BMW 5 Series Touring in 2024

 

Oliver Zipse revealed that a new variant would be added to the engine selection. This is the new BMW 5 Series Touring. “The BMW 5 Series Touring is very popular, especially in Europe”, he noted.

 

Released in spring 2024, it will be offered in a 100% electric version, along with the BMW i5 Sedan and BMW i5 Touring. These new models complete the offer of 100% electric cars and two-wheelers of the BMW group, which can be found under the brands BMW, BMW Motorrad, Mini or Rolls-Royce.

 

Finally, BMW has confirmed that Rolls-Royce and Mini will also go 100% electric by 2030. The company plans to sell 2 million electric vehicles by 2025 and deliver 10 million to its customers by 2030.

 

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At its annual press conference yesterday, the BMW Group confirmed the presentation of several electric vehicle models this year, including the BMW 5 Series and the Performance version. In this move to electrify its models, the German automaker is also expected to release a new range in 2024.

 

Like its competitors, BMW is accelerating its development of electric models. The German brand is one of the manufacturers that offers high-end vehicles without local emissions, ranging from small and compact cars to luxury class and mid-size models.

 

At its annual conference, Oliver Zipse, the car company’s president, revealed more details about its plans to bring electric vehicles to market, culminating in the arrival this year of the i5 sedan.

 

It’s all part of a plan to offer battery-electric vehicles “in virtually all major segments of its business”, the company said. Indeed, the group announced its goal in 2023 to achieve 15 percent of deliveries with all-electric models. The goal will be 20 percent in 2024, 25 percent in 2025 and 33 percent in 2026.

 

Several electric models

 

The eighth generation BMW 5 Series will debut in 2023. According to Oliver Zipse, the new sedan will be “more dynamic and comfortable than ever”, with a “sporty and elegant design”. It will feature the BMW 8.5 operating system with the BMW Curved Display, innovative digital services and, for the first time, a purely electric drive system for the BMW i5. The official launch is only a few months away and production will start in the summer. Starting in October, the i5 will go on sale in Korea, Europe and the United States.

 

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At its annual press conference yesterday, the BMW Group confirmed the presentation of several electric vehicle models this year, including the BMW 5 Series and the Performance version. In this move to electrify its models, the German automaker is also expected to release a new range in 2024.

 

Like its competitors, BMW is accelerating its development of electric models. The German brand is one of the manufacturers that offers high-end vehicles without local emissions, ranging from small and compact cars to luxury class and mid-size models.

 

At its annual conference, Oliver Zipse, the car company’s president, revealed more details about its plans to bring electric vehicles to market, culminating in the arrival this year of the i5 sedan.

 

It’s all part of a plan to offer battery-electric vehicles “in virtually all major segments of its business”, the company said. Indeed, the group announced its goal in 2023 to achieve 15 percent of deliveries with all-electric models. The goal will be 20 percent in 2024, 25 percent in 2025 and 33 percent in 2026.

 

Several electric models

 

The eighth generation BMW 5 Series will debut in 2023. According to Oliver Zipse, the new sedan will be “more dynamic and comfortable than ever”, with a “sporty and elegant design”. It will feature the BMW 8.5 operating system with the BMW Curved Display, innovative digital services and, for the first time, a purely electric drive system for the BMW i5. The official launch is only a few months away and production will start in the summer. Starting in October, the i5 will go on sale in Korea, Europe and the United States.

 

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