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The BMW Group is on track to exceed its initial target to reduce its fleet-wide CO2 emissions in Europe by more than twice, boosted by strong response to its battery EV models, said Oliver Zipse, Chairman of the Board of Management.The group had initially targeted a 4.9 percent year-on-year reduction in CO2 emissions, but is now on track to deliver between 5 to 10 percent.As of September 2022, the BMW Group has delivered over 128,000 battery EVs, up 114.8 percent from last year.The company didn&
Following the tabling of Budget 2023 on Friday, BMW Group Malaysia is upbeat about the future of electric vehicles (EVs) in the country. Managing Director Hans de Visser says EV and green technology promotion measures outlined in Budget 2023 fits well into the company’s vision for the BMW Group in Malaysia.The following is a commentary from de Visser, released on Friday evening:--------------The announcements from Budget 2023 tabled today signal a brand-new era for Electrified and Sustaina
EV ownership or adoption has its drawbacks but you can now experience the electrifying experience of it without the long-term commitment of a bank loan by leasing one of many EVs from Flux; a multi-brand vehicle subscription service.Also Read: Pros and Cons: 2022 Hyundai Kona Electric, possibly Malaysias best value-for-money EVThe service has charged up its fleet with the additions of some of the most exciting EV models in the market that comprise the BMW iX, BMW iX3, BMW i4, Hyundai Kona Electr
The current charging infrastructure; or lack of one, is among the hindrances slowing down electric vehicle adoption here. Being among the pioneers of electromobility in the country, BMW Group Malaysia has gone the extra mile in charging up the local charging network and has now added a further three new BMW i Charging facilities in Penang with dealer Tian Siang Premium Auto.Also Read: 2021 BMW iX xDrive40 launched in Malaysia – from RM 435k, 326 PS/630 NmNow those from out of town can stuf
Within just 2 days since the order books for the BMW iX3 opened, BMW Malaysia revealed today in a virtual media roundtable that they have received almost 30 bookings for the fully-electric SUV.To recap, the BMW iX3 is priced at RM 335,800 for the Inspiring variant and RM 354,800 for the Impressive variant – both of which include the BMW Service & Repair Inclusive: 5-Year Extended Warranty and 6-Year Service Package, as well as the Power Package which comes with the BMW i Wallbox and BM
At NEXTGen Malaysia, an event on sustainability and electrified mobility, BMW Group Malaysia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with its partners, MGTC, TNB, and Siemens Malaysia, to further develop the ecosystem and infrastructure for Electric Vehicles in the country.This follows the announcement by BMW Malaysia that it will be installing DC fast chargers on all BMW dealerships across the country, which will be open to EVs of all makes.Also read: BMW Malaysia: Our dealers’ DC
BMW iX3 2022 has 39 images and photos, includes 10 interior images & photos, 26 exterior images & photos, 3 images of BMW iX3 engine and others. Check out at the front view, rear view, side and top view of new BMW iX3 2022 here.
BMW iX3 2022 has total 6 color options in Malaysia: Cashmere Silver metallic, M Carbon Black metallic, Mineral White metallic, Phytonic Blue, Piemont Red, Sophisto Grey Brilliant effect metallic.
Cashmere Silver metallic
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