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      12-06-2017, 01:13 AM   #1
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BMW's electrification future road map to 2025

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The BMW Group is committed to launching 25 electrified cars by 2025, 12 of which will be battery-powered electrics.

The automaker on Tuesday revealed the full schedule for the 25 cars along with a few tentative details.

The first two cars out of the 25 have already been revealed. They are the BMW i8 Roadster and Mini Cooper S E ALL4.

According to the schedule, an electric Mini will follow in early 2019 and an electric X3, likely badged an iX3, in mid-2020. The much-hyped iNext, which might be badged an i9, will then follow in early 2021. The iNext will be a crossover of some sort and the first BMW Group vehicle to offer the automaker’s self-driving system and 5th-generation batteries. The latter will enable a range of over 400 miles on a single charge.
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      12-11-2017, 06:35 AM   #2
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More details on a Swedish website. Text is Swedish, but images explain themselves, mostly

E.g. they write that some models will get charging faster than 150kW.

http://www.mestmotor.se/recharge/art...-laddhybrider/






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      12-11-2017, 09:26 AM   #3
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2017 X1 Le2.5 iPerformance?

Anyone have more details on the 2017 X1 Le2.5 iPerformance? Is that for China only? Is that a plug in hybrid like the 330e?

Looks like the all electric X3 won't be within 6 months of the end of my lease in January 2019, so I am going to have find something to tide me over.

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Anyone have more details on the 2017 X1 Le2.5 iPerformance? Is that for China only? Is that a plug in hybrid like the 330e?
Yes, it is a PHEV and already on sale, but only in China. Typically BMW's long wheelbase models (which have an "L" in the name) are only sold in China. The 7 Series is of course the exception to that - it is sold most everywhere and in fact in the US we no longer even get the standard wheelbase version anymore.

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Looks like the all electric X3 won't be within 6 months of the end of my lease in January 2019, so I am going to have find something to tide me over.
Sometime in 2020 is what has been suggested as a release date. If that's true, I'd expect it would be a MY2021 in the US. It could come in conjunction with the G01 LCI, which would probably be late 2020, or even early 2021.
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I'm looking forward to the i5. If it really gets 373 miles of range, that would be awesome.
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I'm very happy with my 2016 BMW 330e iPerformance. I think I'll buy the next generation 3 series PHEV, but I hope they will fit a bigger battery. At least 100km (62miles) range in full electric mode would be perfect.
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Anyone have more details on the 2017 X1 Le2.5 iPerformance? Is that for China only? Is that a plug in hybrid like the 330e?

Looks like the all electric X3 won't be within 6 months of the end of my lease in January 2019, so I am going to have find something to tide me over.

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I'm glad I leased a 320i for the next 3 years instead of buying this time around. I think when my wife's lease is up there will be a lot of options to move to that require no gas for commuting whatsoever at a more attractive price point than what's available now.
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Top right corner of gen 5 in 2024 looks intriguing
That's likely to be the i5X, to be launched around 2024 based on the generation after G05.

From AutomobileMag:
"- i5X (or X5i) denotes the EV version of the next-generation X5, and is scheduled for 2024. Thanks to the flat-floor design of the tall-roof SUV, there is plenty of space between the axles to slide in flat battery packs, Tesla-style.

Like its up-market stablemates (and the Audi e-tron and Mercedes EQ-E), the i5X will be offered with two or three motors, and with different battery configurations."
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That's likely to be the iX5, to be launched around 2024 based on the generation after G05.
Think you're talking about the one on the 2025 line? I mean the sports car looking one above it to the left a bit on the 2024 line
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All the while MBz is making hyper cars with F1 tech.
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All the while MBz is making hyper cars with F1 tech.
Anyone of those cars underneath the cover can be a hybrid hypercar.







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Think you're talking about the one on the 2025 line? I mean the sports car looking one above it to the left a bit on the 2024 line
Oh, I see now.
The next i8 is expected around 2024, maybe that's the one.
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Pretty excited for the iX5 though wonít see it till mid next decade. I donít conceptually understand if PHEV are accepted why have a power train at all just go full EV at that point. Battery cost likely will be down to $100kw/h anyways.
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All the while MBz is making hyper cars with F1 tech.
Which almost no one will be able to afford and will spend the vast majority of their lives parked indoors.
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Bmw will do electric cars right, I have no doubt. But they will price them high.
And they will only sell so many if they price them too high.

They will have some serious competition.

The next few years will tell a lot.
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I still have yet to see a Tesla Model 3 in the wild. Is that still a thing or just interest free crowd financing for Musk and Company?
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I still have yet to see a Tesla Model 3 in the wild. Is that still a thing or just interest free crowd financing for Musk and Company?
Yes it's a huge disruption and it's changing everything radically.

Not sure what rock you have been hiding under.

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I still have yet to see a Tesla Model 3 in the wild. Is that still a thing or just interest free crowd financing for Musk and Company?
I was hoping we might get through one thread about BMW’s electric vehicle plans without it degenerating into a Tesla hate fest. On the positive side, we made it 19 posts this time. That’s at least above average.
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