BMW will present the second generation of the PHEV models of the 7 Series, the X5 and the 3 Series Sedan at the Geneva Motor Show at the beginning of March. Moreover, the carmaker says they will offer free charging powered from renewables to their clients.
In the BMW 745e, the electric range is to be increased to up to 55 km, in the BMW 330e to up to 60 km and in the BMW X5 xDrive 45e to up to 80 km.
BMW is also announcing its intention to supply users of electric vehicles with free, green traction power. Following initial pilot offers in Switzerland and France, extended free green power packages will also be offered in Germany from April for use at home and on the road.
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