Official: Mini Will Be An All-Electric Brand By 2030

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BMW has announced that Mini will become an electric-only brand “by the early 2030s” and will launch its final combustion model in 2025. What’s more, Mini is set to play a “pioneering role” in BMW Group’s push towards electrification. BMW also said that the British firm is “ideal for electric mobility.”

Mini going electric doesn’t mean it will leave different car markets as BMW assured us that it will have “a footprint in every region of the world.”

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