Mini plans to migrate to electricity by 2030
Mini plans to migrate to electricity by 2030

According to German newspaper Der Spiegel, the Mini brand will stop selling petrol cars by 2030.

The brand also plans to launch the latest fuel-powered model in 2025, and half of its sales will be electric by 2027.

The official roadmap will be published next week. With this plan, Mini is the first brand in the BMW Group to devote itself to pure electrical engineering.

The production line of a typical car usually lasts about seven years before retirement or retirement. This provides a short timeline to cancel the latest frugal Mini 2025 in 2030.

Mini is a relatively concentrated brand owned by Cooper, Clubman and Countryman. Since it sells a relatively small number of models, it is helping the transition to all-electric cars.

Mini is currently producing the Mini Cooper SE, which is a one-electric vehicle. The company plans to produce an electric crossover in the near future and demonstrate the concept of an autonomous electric truck.

Since BMW's hometown of Germany wants to stop selling petrol cars from 2030, the decision in favor of electric motors is important.

The UK, the birthplace of the small brand, has accelerated a proposed ban on new fuel vehicles from 2035 to 2030.

Most of the other European countries merged in around the same year, as did some states in the United States.

China ist der größte Markt für BMW-Fahrzeuge (die USA und Deutschland stehen an zweiter und dritter Stelle) und plant, ab 2035 Nicht-Hybrid-Fahrzeuge zu verbieten, obwohl der Plan weiterhin die Hälfte der Neufahrzeuge Landes wie herkömmliche Allow. Hybrid car.

Despite these timelines, the BMW Group has not committed to converting it to full capacity by 2030.

This raises questions about where BMW plans to sell petrol engines after 2030.

BMW is a pioneer in electric vehicles and has been producing the original Mini E since 2009 (mainly as a test car).

Then came ActiveE, which is the conversion of the BMW 1 Series into electric motors, and then the BMW i3, the first electric car BMW built from the ground up.

When the BMW i3 debuted in 2013, the company appeared to be ahead, but production was suspended for many years.

BMW has promised to have 12 fully electric models by 2025 in 2018.

For the next three years, the only electric vehicles BMW introduced were the new electric mini Cooper SE and the new BMW iX3.

Other manufacturers recently issued similar announcements stating that Daimler will halt research and development of internal combustion engines in 2019.

Jaguar (Jaguar) will be fully electric by 2025, while Volvo (Volvo) recently announced plans to produce cars with a non-combustion engine in 2030 and General Motors hopes to be fully electric by 2035.

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