IAA Mobility, one of the world’s most essential and valuable automotive meetings, is taking place in Munich, the city where BMW was born, for the first time in its 70-year history. Within the scope of the event, where many different cars were introduced, the car industry meets the technologies of the future. At the event marked by BMW, the company shared the first stage of its plans for the future.
Aiming to have 10 million electric cars on the road in the next 10 years BMW Group IAA Mobility latest electric models in 2021 BMW iX and BMW i4′
as well as SMALL Electric Pacesetter and BMW Motorrad CE 04 models appeared before consumers.
BMW Group made a show of strength with electric cars!
NS AA Mobility 2021, which determines the main theme of circular economics BMW Group introduced tools that take a rethink, reduce, reuse and recycle approach. The company announced last summer CO2 emissions by 2030 50 percent has decided to tighten the reduction goal even more, and foresees radical changes for flour from raw material extraction to production processes, from the life cycle of cars to recycling.
High reuse potential of materials such as cobalt, nickel and aluminum used in electric cars. BMW simultaneously weighs sustainable materials into the interior and exterior of every new car.
The company, which used recycled plastic until , also cooperates with plastic manufacturers with lower carbon footprints. In addition to recycled plastic, the primary consideration is Cluster, which further reduces the percentage of use by using natural fiber reinforced plastics such as cellulose, hemp, wood or bamboo. 2030 containing an average of 40 percent recycled material in the middle of the year thermoplastic has usage.
Vegan leather upholstery is in the middle of BMW Group’s most valuable research for the efficient use of resources. Synthetic leather, which contains bio-based raw materials, 100% recycled polyester and cork particles, emits 45 percent less CO2 compared to artificial artifacts used today. Here are the new environmental models.
The most precious star of the stage at IAA Mobility 2021 is BMW’s flagship iX in electric models. Offering the fifth generation eDrive driving system to its users, iX stands out with its all-wheel drive system and its maximum range of 425 km in the xDrive40 version compared to WLTP norms. The drive system used in the BMW iX consists of the fifth-generation BMW eDrive, which includes the car’s two electric motors, the power electronics, the charging technology and the high-voltage battery.
While the handling capabilities of the BMW iX and the level of comfort in the cabin are provided by the class-leading ‘Carbon Cage’, the aluminum space frame that offers a friction coefficient of 0.25 Cd also contributes to the high driving range. BMW’s first electric SAV car, the iX model, is expected to take its place in showrooms in Turkey in the last quarter of 2021 with its xDrive40 versions.
The first fully electric Gran Coupé body model, the BMW i4, combines emission-free driving pleasure with the spaciousness and practicality of a four-door car. The i4, which has the fifth generation eDrive, the most advanced electric driving system, has a battery consisting of four modules with 72 cells and three modules with 12 cells.
In this way, the car can offer its users a range of 164 km with 10 minutes of charging at DC charging stations. The empty battery of the BMW i4, which draws attention with its range exceeding 500 km compared to its WLTP forms, is fully charged in less than 8.5 hours with AC charging. Borusan Otomotiv is preparing to launch the BMW i4 on the roads of Turkey in the first quarter of 2022.
New BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé
The New 4 Series Gran Coupé, which is eagerly awaited by car lovers after the Coupé and Convertible body versions of the 4 Series, debuts at IAA Mobility 2021, held at BMW’s home this year. The new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé draws attention with its driving dynamics, stylish design and premium details in the interior.
The nearly 50:50 stable scale distribution and superior aerodynamic details of the new 4 Series Gran Coupé maximize its handling capabilities. It is aimed that the new BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé will hit the road in Turkey by the end of 2021.
New BMW Motorrad CE 04
Introduced as a concept at BMW #NextGen 2020 for the first time to facilitate urban two-wheeled mobility, the New BMW Motorrad CE 04 takes its place in the BMW stadium. Having an unusually futuristic design, BMW Motorrad CE 04 accelerates from 0 to 50 km/h in just 2.6 seconds with its 31 kW (42 hp) engine. The lithium-ion batteries of the new BMW CE 04 reach full charge in 1 hour and 40 minutes with a rapid charge.
BMW Motorrad CE 04 manages to attract attention with its technological equipment. Driving and navigation information can be accessed quickly on its 10.25 inch screen, which is one of the most noticeable equipment it offers to its users. BMW Motorrad CE 04 will be on Turkish roads in the first quarter of 2022.
SMALL Electric and SMALL Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 Plug-In Hybrid
In the first half of 2021, 15 percent of all sales are electric models. In 2030, SMALL will make up its product range entirely from electric models. At IAA Mobility 2021, SMALL Electric showcases the Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 with a plug-in hybrid engine and the SMALL Electric Pacesetter, which has proven itself in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship with its renewed look.
The SMALL Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 is on display at the show with a MINI-designed roof tent to highlight its multi-sided character and inspire adventure-based travel. Besides the electric models, the SMALL John Cooper Works, the most performing versions of MINI, will also take their place at IAA Mobility 2021.