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BMW Group To Offer Five Fully-electric Models In 2021 - Quick Facts

The BMW Group (BMW.L,BAMXF.PK,BAMXY.PK) said the company plans to unveil five fully-electric series-production vehicles within the next two years. The slated models include: i3, MINI, iX3, iNEXT, and i4.

By 2025, the BMW Group will offer at least 25 electrified models - half of them fully-electric, the company said. It will unveil more than ten fully-electric and plug-in hybrid models onto the market by 2020-end.

Regarding CO2 emissions, the company plans to achieve a reduced level by at least half of 1995 levels for new vehicle fleet in Europe, by 2020.

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