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BMW iX xDrive50 2023

BMW iX xDrive50 – winter test in the true north

Electric cars in winter tests tease out their true inner values. This year, winter in the true north is already on its way at the end of November. Constant snow over several days and icy temperatures are the challenges for the BMW iX. Get out into the cold and see how the large-format BMW with all-wheel drive and lots of extras performs in the winter endurance test.

BMW iX3 M Sport 2022

BMW iX3 M Sport model year 2022 on test

BMW has continuously expanded its portfolio with electrified drives in recent years. The BMW iX3 can currently be configured in the "Inspiring" and "Impressive" versions. Production takes place at the Chinese production site in Shenyang of the joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive and is also produced there for worldwide export.

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BMW MINI core portfolio will be purely electric in 2023

The entry into purely electric mobility began with the MINI SE. With the new model generation of the MINI in 2023, the model range will once again be significantly expanded in the electric area. According to the manufacturer, a crossover model is planned in the small car and in the premium compact segment. But even in the new generation, gasoline and diesel engines will continue to be used as drive units. According to the company's own forecasts, the proportion of all-electric new cars will account for 2027 percent of MINI's total worldwide sales by 50.

Min Cooper SE winter test 2021

Mini Cooper SE winter test 2021

There are probably only a select number of cars that give the driver a hint of traditional values ​​and the future in an instant after entering the car. The electric Mini Cooper bravely defends its design language, which has been cultivated for decades, and leads its clientele to emission-free driving times. In our winter test, we tested the SE under cool conditions in the real north and learned some interesting details.

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BMW Mini Facelift - Future Perspectives

It's hard to believe, but over 20 years ago, at the end of September 2000, the new Mini had its world premiere at the Paris Motor Show. The relaunch of the traditional British brand resulted in an image change towards a practical and urban character with a high lifestyle image. Driving pleasure as well as unmistakable exterior and interior have made it an icon of its own in the compact car segment within two decades. We take a look at the developments over the next few years.

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