Extreme Tech takes a look at the new rivalry between BMW and Tesla’s offerings in the plugin electric executive cars market worldwide. As leaders in the automotive industry it’s interesting to see how each company has encroached into each others perceived corner with BMW introducing plugin electric drive cars .
Will BMW turn the green tech tide in their favor? #Tesla reports third fire involving Model S in six weeks: http://t.co/LwuQiv9xAj pic.twitter.com/bfgSyBhS5H — Automotive News (@Automotive_News) November 7, 2013
Here’s an interesting read about BMW’s development of the new all-electric i3: Read more at Yahoo
MotorTrend’s Frank Markus takes the new 4-cylinder E250 Bluetec for a trip through the wilderness in Washington. Some takeaways, they didn’t get above 36MPG, the power is adequate and the navigation routes you to gas stations that have changed since the nav was updated. That’s a harsh finding in .
BMW will introduce the all-electric i3 next year at the base price of $42,225. Some buyers of this car will qualify for the $7500 US tax credit in addition to variable state and local tax breaks for purchasing such a “green” vehicle. The new BMW i3 will be officially .
BMW has just partnered with Germany’s Solarwatt to produce solar-powered home charging systems for BMWs range of new plugin hybrid and electric vehicles for the European market. BMW is working this month on new charging system features for the US market at the 2013 Bay Area Sustainability Hackathon near San .