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The New BMW- i Range
May 20, 2013

The New BMW- i Range


The new electrically powered range at BMW is due to be released within the next 12 months. BMW have built both the i3 and the i8 in the attempt to reclaim a large proportion of market share who have had to go elsewhere to drive a more fuel efficient vehicle.


The likes of the Nissan Leaf and the new Mercedes Electric range has forced the hand of the BMW manufacturer. The newly developed i-range at BMW is believed to be available to order from July of this year and will arrive in showrooms in October.


The success of the Nissan Leaf over the past 12 months has led to the development of a number of electrically powered vehicles to rival the Nissan model. Nissan have therefore been forced to develop the Leaf model in response to the bombardment of rivals offering something different. The New Nissan Leaf will have the ability to rival the likes of the BMW-i Range as it has promised to deliver over 100 changes.


On the other hand, rumours of the i8 model not being released until 2014 have been circling in the automotive industry, however, BMW are yet to confirm or deny the release date of the model. BMW have confirmed that more than 6000 potential owners have already expressed interest in the new range of models.


BMW have been one of the many manufacturers to believe in the electric car market as it was well documented that those at Volvo have not backed the electric range due to its belief of it only being popular within certain social societies. The electric car industry has gone from strength to strength in the UK and the Government has promised to build the infrastructure and offer a number of incentives to help the growth of the electric car within the UK.


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