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BMW Australia partners with Chargefox to deliver i3 customers new high-capacity charging solution

BMW Group Australia has announced a new partnership with electric vehicle charging operator Chargefox that provides customers of the progressive BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah with a convenient solution now and into the future.    Owners of the BMW i3 and i3S 120Ah will receive a three-year subscription to Chargefox, which includes a 250kWh/year allowance.…

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Jaguar Land Rover & BMW are joining forces to develop next generation Electric Drive Units

Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group today confirmed they are joining forces to develop next generation Electric Drive Units (EDUs) in a move that will support the advancement of electrification technologies, a central part of the automotive industry’s transition to an ACES (Autonomous, Connected, Electric, Shared) future. The strategic collaboration will build on the considerable…

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BMW delivers 100,000 electrified vehicles in 2017 – Headquarters transformed into a battery to celebrate

The BMW Group has delivered more than 100,000 electrified vehicles to customers worldwide in 2017 which they promised at the beginning of the year. This underlines the company’s ambition to take on a leadership role when it comes to electro-mobility. An eye-catching light installation marked this milestone with the BMW Group headquarters, the world-famous “Four-Cylinder”…

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BMW and Solid Power announce partnership to develop solid-state cells for electric vehicles

Most current electric vehicles use lithium-ion cells to power them but they do have safety, environmental and performance issues associated with them at times. This could be about to change with several manufacturers researching and developing solid-state battery technology. Solid-state battery technology has the potential to offer in the future a battery system that provides…

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