BMW will present in 2020 world new energy vehicle conference and provide 5 pure electric models by the end of next year

From September 27 to 30, 2020 world new energy vehicle conference was held in Haikou. Mr. Wei Bofan, director of BMW Group and in charge of R & D, and Mr. Gao Le, President and CEO of BMW Group in Greater China, were invited to deliver speeches, describing BMW Group’s long-term commitment to China, new energy development route, future electric product planning, and long-term sustainable travel thinking. By the end of 2021, BMW Group plans to provide five all electric vehicles in the world. < / P > < p > Mr. Wei Bofan attended the conference through remote video and said: “BMW Group has taken sustainable development as the core of its future strategy, and sustainable development is a commitment that high-end automobile brands must fulfill. BMW Group has set a clear carbon dioxide emission reduction target: by 2030, the carbon dioxide emission of single car will be reduced by at least one third compared with that of 2019. The implementation of sustainable strategy will run through the whole value chain, including the whole process from raw material procurement, supply chain, to vehicle production and the end of vehicle life cycle. At the same time, we will reduce emissions by further promoting electrification. By 2025, we will invest more than 30 billion euros in R & D. By 2030, our goal is to deliver more than 7 million electric vehicles, two-thirds of which are pure electric vehicles. ” At the scene, Mr. Gao Le said: “BMW Group’s commitment to deeply cultivate China’s automobile market will not change. We will also increase investment in China and expand the industrial layout. At present, we have made joint ventures with brilliance motor and great wall motor respectively, and continue to produce high-quality electric products that meet the needs of consumers in China. ” “User satisfaction is particularly critical to the success of the new mode of travel,” he said. Customers will first choose products that meet their needs, including a variety of power systems pure electric, plug-in hybrid or efficient internal combustion engines. This is the “right of choice” we provide to our customers. The BMW ix3 is one of the best examples. It is BMW’s first model produced in China and exported to the world, fulfilling BMW Group’s commitment of “in China, for China and for the world.” < / P > < p > by the end of 2021, BMW Group plans to provide five all electric vehicles in the world: BMW I3, Mini Cooper se, BMW ix3, BMW I4 and BMW next. In the future, the next generation of BMW 7 series, BMW 5 series and BMW X1 will also provide pure electric versions respectively. By 2023, BMW will provide 25 new energy models around the world, half of which are pure electric vehicles. At present, BMW Group has six new energy models in China, with more than 80000 new energy customers in China. In the future, BMW Group will continue to “focus on customers” and join hands with China to promote the rapid development of new energy vehicles and create a sustainable future.