Automakers are getting their hands on the BMW M1, a plug-in electric vehicle designed for the urban environment.
But while the first-generation BMW M is a great vehicle for everyday commuting, its range is limited.
Now BMW is expanding its range even further, launching a limited-edition version of the M1.
The M1 electric vehicle is based on the company’s M2 electric car, and it will be the first mass-produced BMW electric vehicle to hit the U.S. market.
“This car is going to be a big deal,” said John Goggin, senior vice president of BMW M division.
The BMW M2 will be sold only in North America, where it will offer more than 150 miles of range, up from the current 150 miles.
Goggen said the M2’s performance has increased from its M1 debut.
BMW is planning to launch its M2 at the Detroit auto show in September.
The new BMW M electric car has the same range and electric motor as the M-series M cars, but will be slightly lighter.
The car will be available in two versions, the “M1” and the “XM.”
The M2 has a base price of $31,400, and buyers will be able to customize their car with a variety of exterior colors and body styles.
BMW says that all the body styles will be built-in, including a carbon fiber front fascia, carbon fiber rear fascia and carbon fiber wheels.
The rear seat is made of a new carbon fiber material that can be custom made, and the doors have been modified for a high-tech, three-channel sound system.
The interior is a carbon-fiber and aluminum-carbon composite, which can be customized with different materials.
BMW said that the car has “zero-emission technology” that is “not only superior to current electric vehicles,” but also reduces CO2 emissions.
The company also says the M is powered by a 3-cylinder, 4-cylindro engine, which will be replaced with a 4-liter V6, which is expected to produce 150 horsepower.
The “X” is the company first mass production electric car.
The price will start at $35,400 and will increase by $3,000 for each additional charge.
The standard version of BMW’s new electric car is already sold in North American markets, and BMW is expecting to sell the M 2 electric vehicle in other countries, including Germany, Japan and France.
The electric M is expected “to have a range of 150 miles,” said Gogglins.
The vehicle is powered with a lithium-ion battery, and customers will be encouraged to take advantage of the “sustainable” mode, which allows the car to use electricity to power the engine and a couple of sensors for weather sensing.
Gaggin said BMW is also working on “more sophisticated, autonomous driving technology.”
The company says it plans to introduce a full-fledged driver assistance system with adaptive cruise control.
The system is also expected to provide autonomous cruise control with lane-keeping assist and “a number of other safety features” as well.
Guggin said the company is developing a new version of its electric vehicle, called the M5, that will offer the same features, but “we haven’t set any specific dates for the M 5 yet.”
The “M” is based at BMW’s plant in Hinwil, Germany, and is the first electric vehicle ever built in North Americans.
BMW expects to sell about 10,000 electric cars in the U, as well as a range-extended version, the M7, that is planned for 2019.
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The U.K. has also introduced a new range-elevating electric car called the “E-class.”
It is a new electric sedan designed for urban areas, but it has a range only around 40 miles.