BMW has announced that by 2030, half of it’s groups vehicles will be fully electric. In an effort to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change.
When did the company start going electric?
For over a decade, BMW has been investing in electric technology. They released the BMW i3 in 2013 and since then they have continued to innovate and develop new electric models, including the BMW iX3, BMW i4 and BMW iNEXT. However, BMW is not stopping there, by 2030 they are aiming to have one fully electric model available in every model series, from BMW 1 series to BMW 7 series.
Are there any others plans to become more sustainable?
As well as making the steps to move to electric vehicle’s, BMW is working on reducing their carbon footprint. Using renewable energy and implementing a circular economy approach which involves reducing waste and recycling materials, creating a closed-loop system.
Will other automakers be moving towards EV?
Ford, General Motors and Volkswagen are also working towards electric vehicles. As more and more of these companies make commitments to reduce their carbon footprint, sustainability is coming into play in all sectors not just the automotive industry as it is a necessity for the future. Which is why the transition into EV is an important step towards climate change.
Overall, BMW is positioning themselves as a key leader in making the steps towards being fully electric. Electrical vehicles will play a key role in making our future more sustainable.
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