Australia: BMW’s buy one, get one free electric offer.

March 23rd, 2013 Comments Off on Australia: BMW’s buy one, get one free electric offer.

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The German brand is developing a global rental program which will be rolled out when the i3 goes on sale early next year.

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A spokeswoman for BMW AustraliaWait almost over: Audi A3 E-tron in Europe this year, US next year, and Australia later. Read more ... », Lenore Taylor, told Drive the initiative was aimed at making EV carsWhatCar? : Group test - BMW i3 vs Volkswagen e-Golf. Read more ... » more appealing to buyers.i3 bmw

“This is somethingNissan CEO: LEAF Is Now Profitable, 80% Of Its US Sales Come From 4 Cities. Read more ... » the group is working through at the moment,” Taylor said.

“It isn’t finalised or confirmed yet but it’s one of the initiatives the group is looking at.”

Electric vehicles have been met with resistance in Australia, partly because of range limitations on longer trips. The i3 has an electric range of 150km.

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The i3 will be powered by a 125kW/250Nm electric motor driving2012 Ford Focus Electric Review . Read more ... » the rear wheels through a fixed-gear transmission.

BMW is also offering the i3 with an optional two-cylinder petrol scooter engineAudi A3 Sportback e-tron review (2014 release date) 32EV mile range. Read more ... », which will double the EV’s range to more than 300km. The engine will be a modified version of BMW’s C-650 scooter unit, and is expected to costMillions miss out on cheaper motoring. Read more ... » roughly $4000.

The BMW i3 is due to go on sale locally in the first quarter of 2014.

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