If you still do not believe that electric cars are the future, here is further proof of the strength this market is having. BMW has just announced a partnership with Chinese manufacturer "Great Wall" to make 160,000 electric cars a year.
This is another step for BMW in electrifying vehicles. After announcing the 10 billion investment in the construction of electric cars, this new partnership brings even more firmness to the company's clear objective.
BMW will attack the electric car market in force
BMW still has a long way to go. While companies like Tesla or even Nissan already have fame and a good fleet in the market, BMW is far from it.
After launching the Mini Electric this year, the last electric car launched by the brand was in 2013 with the i3. That is, BMW is far behind in development. This is certainly why we see this type of investment.
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Several manufacturers are serious about developing electric cars. BMW is not alone and it is believed that this type of car fuel will become even more important in the future.
No manufacturer wants to be left behind. For this the initial investment is crucial. BMW will compete with cars at Tesla values, so it has to make an extra effort. Not only to electrify vehicles but also to give them technologies that Tesla has brought. An example of this is autonomous driving.
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