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BMW taking reservations for new fully electric car

Reservations are being taken in Norway for the new fully electric BMW iX3. They have joined Jaguar, Audi, Porsche and Daimler-Benz in announcing plans for their EV future.

We discussed in a recent article that Daimler-Benz may have played their hand too late with the EV market and BMW may have the same problem. Jaguar, Audi and Porsche are ahead of the game however BMW's iX3 certainly looks the part...

Comparable in design to the classic BMW X3, this EV will sport a 70 kWh battery and 150 kW charging speed, making it an attractive proposition for many potential EV buyers across the world. Like the new Mercedes EV, we know little else about the iX3 at this stage.

2020 will be an exciting year for BMW... read more here.

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