BMW has given the green light to new electric i1 and i2 models, according to sources close to the German car maker.
Already in development at the company’s FIZ R&D centre in Munich, the two new models will be sold alongside updated versions of today’s combustion-powered 1 Series and 2 Series when they arrive later this decade.
The intention is to provide prospective customers with more affordable alternatives in BMW’s electric car line-up, which currently opens with the £46,205 iX1.

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BMW To Introduce i1 And i2 Models To Give Buyers Low Cost EV Alternatives

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