BMW will launch its first pure electric SUV at Beijing motor show.

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 BMW will launch its first pure electric SUV at Beijing motor show.


NetEase news April 23rd news, according to the United States media reports, as early as in March BMW company announced that the first iX3 concept car will be launched at the 2018 Beijing International Auto Exhibition. This is the first pure electric SUV of the company. BMW has released 2020 iX3 trailers on Twitter recently, although there is not much detail, but the short video shows that the BMW logo of the double window grille is transformed into other shapes. From the name, the car should be an electric version of the X3SUV series. As the car media Autoblog points out, this is one of the dozens of electric cars BMW plans to launch by 2025, and is also a product of the companys expansion of the electric car business. In addition to the development of other electric vehicles including a car race and an autopilot, BMW will also produce batteries for electric vehicles. BMW is also working with other auto manufacturers to develop TRANS EUROPEAN charging networks. (Mu Xiulin) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 NetEase news April 23rd news, according to the United States media reports, as early as in March BMW company announced that the first iX3 concept car will be launched at the 2018 Beijing International Auto Exhibition. This is the first pure electric SUV of the company. BMW has released 2020 iX3 trailers on Twitter recently, although there is not much detail, but the short video shows that the BMW logo of the double window grille is transformed into other shapes. From the name, the car should be an electric version of the X3SUV series. As the car media Autoblog points out, this is one of the dozens of electric cars BMW plans to launch by 2025, and is also a product of the companys expansion of the electric car business. In addition to the development of other electric vehicles including a car race and an autopilot, BMW will also produce batteries for electric vehicles. BMW is also working with other auto manufacturers to develop TRANS EUROPEAN charging networks. (Mu Xiulin)