Bavarian brand confirms electrified vehicle rollout in Australia
The electrification of BMW will shift into high gear in Australia from 2021, when the company says its mainstream battery-electric cars — the BMW iX3 , BMW iNext SUV and BMW i4 four-door coupe (all pictured here) — and the MINI E will arrive in local showrooms.
BMW Group was one of the first luxury car-makers to move on plug-in cars, first with the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid sports car and BMW i3 EV hatch and i3 REX (range-extender), which has since been discontinued here, and then with the MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid, which went on sale here last month.
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