BMW falls short of electric dream
BMW is taking all the know-how and expertise it has gleaned from its 2011-born i-range of models (the i3 and i8) and filtering it back into the regular range of road cars. There will be a whole flotilla of plug-in hybrid electric BMWs, known as Phevs, in the years to come, as a 340e and a 740e have already been confirmed for next year. But the first to get the electric treatment is the X5...
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