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BMW Extends Its Portfolio Of Electric Cars In India

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Guwahati, May 26: The BMW launched its new electric model – BMW i4 focused squarely on driving dynamics in India. It combines sporting prowess with a range that also convinces for long journeys with comfort, spaciousness, and practical appeal. The BMW i4 can be booked online at shop.bmw.in. The deliveries of the same will start by the beginning of July 2022.

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Vikram Pawah, president, BMW Group India said, “With the launch of the BMW i4, I am excited to introduce the first electric mid-size sedan in the country. BMW i4 effortlessly combines sheer driving pleasure with sustainability as never experienced before. Thanks to its unique combination of BMW eDrive technology, extremely slim and high-voltage lithium-ion battery, rear-wheel drive, and advanced suspension kinematics, the BMW i4 gets an outstanding sporty feel. It is India’s longest-range electric vehicle. Absolute luxury with class-leading ambiance, generous space, and rear axle air suspension ensures maximum comfort even for longer trips. Excitingly dynamic, comfortable, and powerful in equal measure, the BMW i4 provides a truly electrifying experience that exceeds all expectations – every day, every trip. BMW Group today offers the most extensive and diverse portfolio of electric cars for Indian customers.”

The first-ever BMW i4 has been launched at an introductory ex-showroom price of Rs 69.9 lakh. The optional M Aerodynamic Kit with embellishments such as M aerodynamic bumpers, exclusive 18 or 19-inch M light aerodynamic alloy wheels, and M elements in high-gloss black enhance the dynamic and sporty character. It comes with a standard two-year warranty for unlimited kilometers. Besides, the batteries are covered by a warranty valid for eight years or up to 160000 kilometers.

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