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BMW delivers 1Million electrified automobiles !
BMW handed over the keys to a fully electric BMW iX to one of its customers at the BMW Welt exhibition in Munich (Germany), marking the one-millionth electric car delivered by the company.
After the handover ceremony, Pieter Nota, a member of the BMW AG’s Board of Management responsible for Brands, Customers, and Sales, told the media that hybrids account for about 70% of BMW’s EV sales. He also stated that by 2025, BMW expects to have delivered about two million fully-electric vehicles to consumers, and that by 2030, electric vehicles would account for at least 50% of total vehicle sales.
Pieter Nota said:
In the following years, BMW will release a number of all-electric models.
Electric versions of the BMW X1 and BMW 7-Series will be among the first to go on sale. In 2023, the automaker will also introduce an electric 5-Series to its lineup. The successor to the Rolls-Royce Spectre and the Mini Countryman are two other electric vehicles in development. In fact, by the early 2030s, every Mini versions will be electric, and Rolls-Royce will be an all-electric marque.
Dr. Andreas Aumann, the BMW Group’s head of Strategic Product Management, stated in a statement that charging infrastructure will be critical to the rollout of EVs: