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BMW & Mercedes Discussing EV Cooperation

March 18th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley

BMW and Mercedes are considering a partnership to develop a new chassis for electric cars. They are also cooperating on autonomous car technology as convergence in the industry continues.


What’s BMW’s Next Real Move?

February 13th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

People like to bash the BMW i3 for its somewhat quirky looks, or for its less than "ultimate" specs. Others love it. I love it, and I actually drive one. Whether you are an i3 critic or an i3 fan, though, we're definitely at a "Munich, we have a problem" moment


Beyond The Tesla Model 3: What’s The Next “Hit” EV In The US?

August 6th, 2018 | by Loren McDonald

The Tesla Model 3 has now moved into the top sales ranks of all cars in the US, not just EVs, as CleanTechnica director and chief editor Zachary Shahan wrote recently in "Tesla Model 3 — 7th/8th Best Selling Car In USA — Is In A Class Of Its Own." This success and sales volume of the Model 3 in comparison to every other electric vehicle available in the US raises the question: What current or future model will be the next high-volume (“hit”) electric vehicle


The BMW iX3, BMW i4, BMW’s Evolving Electrification Strategy, & A Question Of “Too Little Too Late?”

May 4th, 2018 | by Carlo Ombello

The BMW iX3 electric concept car was finally unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show (Auto China 2018) last week. The long touted prototype of BMW's first electric SUV was accompanied at the show by the BMW i Vision Dynamics four door concept, previously unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show and precursor of BMW's future mid-size electric saloon (a Tesla Model 3 competitor). We now have an almost production-ready SUV prototype and a sedan concept indicating two new electric models coming to market over the next two to four years. Will this be enough to compete with Tesla's skyrocketing growth and German rivals' electrification plans in an increasingly crowded EV space



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