BMW just jammed some batteries into an X3 and called it a day like we didn't already do this dance with the Mini E, the BMW ActiveE, and the other EV Mini I can't remember the name of. Tesla has it easy. All that and more in The Morning Shift for Tuesday, July 14, 2020. Advertisement 1st Gear: BMW's New EV Is Very 2000 And Late The Tesla Model S started production in 2012, and showed that the world was ready for a full-on, from-the-ground-up electric car. One that wasn't just the shell of a gas-powered car with some batteries jammed in. And yet, some 8 years later, BMW is still facing up against Tesla with a shell of a gas-powered car with some batteries jammed in. This is the BMW iX3, which debuted today and is a big deal for BMW's operations in China, as Bloomberg reports: The Munich-based company unveiled the iX3, a variant of the mid-size X3 and its first battery-powered SUV, via an online news conference on Tuesday. The model will sell from about 68,000 euros ($77,000) in Germany. Built in China, the car comes with an electronically-controlled top speed of 180 kilometers per hour (112… Read full this story
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