BMW To offer electric versions of next-generation X3 and electric MINI models


BMW said a week ago that it will offer every electric adaptation of the cutting edge X3 and electric MINI models as it reinforces its invasion into the fragment. Recently Reuters reported that BMW's administration board were avoiding the Paris Motor Show to hash out the organization's electric vehicle technique and lay out its new electric item push. The Bavarian extravagance automaker's authorities have now said the electric MINI is prone to make a big appearance in almost three years.

With kindred automakers setting out forceful pathways to proclaim the period of electric extravagance vehicles, suffice it to say that BMW is confronting extreme weight to stay aware of its companions. This is in spite of the way that it was the first among the German trio to wander into the electric autos section. In spite of the fact that it propelled the BMW i3 in 2013, trailed by the module half breed i8, the two have neglected to accumulate agreeable deals.

At the Paris Motor Show 2016, Mercedes-Benz revealed its sub-brand for electric cars – EQ. The three-ringed carmaker, on the other hand, had announced its intentions to launch three electric vehicles by 2020 earlier this year. And while we are discussing Germans and electric cars, Volkswagen also showcased the I.D. concept – "a highly automated electric car". The company said it will launch I.D.'s production model as a compact electric car in 2020.

Then there's Tesla that is targeting a July 2017 launch for the Model 3, which has already received 400,000 orders. Other than that, the American electric carmaker is striving to sell 80,000 or more electric cars in its current line-up.