BMW showed used CES to unveil a new home charging station that uses solar energy to reduce the electricity costs associated with EVs. Continue Reading...
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BMW announced a new pilot program today at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show designed to make charging its electric cars cheaper. Continue Reading...
BMW is planning to share the technologies developed for its i sub-division to benefit the rest of its lineup. Continue Reading...
It appears that BMW is already preparing to build off its i8 plug-in hybrid. Continue Reading...
BMW has launched its North American advertising campaign for its i sub-brand. Continue Reading...
After the successful launch of its i3 electric car, BMW is already looking to expand the i brand with reports that an i5 model is already in the planning stage. Continue Reading...
Now that the production BMW i3 and i8 models have been officially revealed, the German automaker is offering accessories for its new i Series vehicels. Continue Reading...
The official debut of the production BMW i3 will happen on July 29, 2013 the German automaker has announced. Continue Reading...
The German automaker will focus next year on starting production for its i-Series according to a statement by Dr. BMW chairman Norbert Reithofer. Continue Reading...
Even though they’ve been around for well over a decade now, hybrids still have that ‘new technology’ feel. Consumers continue to be apprehensive to hybrid technology and there’s plenty of misinformation surrounding it. Continue Reading...
BMW is turning to Brilliance Jinbei Automobile, an already-established Chinese partner, to work their way around new legislation aimed at promoting Chinese cars. Ian Robertson, director of sales and marketing for BMW told Automotive News Europe said the new brand, which will exist solely to sell electric vehicles in China, will only use limited BMW… Continue Reading...
This may look like a BMW 7-Series sedan with some oddball rims, but our spy photographers report that the vehicle in question is actually a prototype for a new BMW i sedan, based on a couple key points. For starters, there are apparently electric motors mounted in the wheel hubs, which would suggest a new… Continue Reading...
Damon Lavrinc of Autoblog had the chance to sit down with Albert Biermann, Head of Product Development for BMW‘s M Division, and was able to glean some information on future product that should put to bed some of the many rumors floating around about BMW’s skunk works. First up, the upcoming 2013 BMW M5 will… Continue Reading...
BMW’s in-development electric car, the i3 has been confirmed as a rear-wheel-drive vehicle with a mid-mounted electric motor. It is expected to be for sale by 2013. Its motor support platform was developed in house and made mostly of carbon fiber. The motor will be positioned ahead of the rear wheels, and the serviceable battery… Continue Reading...
With the positive reception given to the very compact MINI Rocketman concept at this year’s Geneva Auto Show, MINI execs have given indications that the car will be produced sometime in the near future. “We are good at looking at history and interpreting a future for it,” MINI sales and marketing chief Kevin Robertson told… Continue Reading...
BMW has confirmed that it will launch a new sub-brand of fuel efficient vehicles under the ‘i’ badge. Representing the greener side of the automaker’s portfolio, the i branded vehicles will focus on “sustainable vehicles and mobility solutions.” Set to hit the market in 2013, the first two models in the i lineup will be… Continue Reading...