A crowd of about 500 people turned out for the unveiling of electric vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday.
It was the first time a car manufacturer has been able to showcase an electric vehicle at the motor show.
The BMW i3, which is powered by an electric motor, was the only one of the three electric cars to get the green light.
The company has been pushing electric cars for a while now.
It unveiled its i8 in 2017.
Ford, which launched its electric Focus Electric last year, also unveiled a prototype in September.
The electric carmaker plans to begin production of its electric crossover crossover, the Frontier, in 2021.
The Frontier crossover has been a hot topic since it was announced in May.
Ford is aiming to sell around 1 million electric cars by 2025.
The Frontier crossover.
Ford plans to start selling around 1,000 electric vehicles in the United States by 2025 The BMW X1, a luxury electric car that has been teased in the past, debuted at the show.
It has been rumored that the car will be powered by the same electric motor that powers the BMW i4.
The car also has a price tag of around $70,000, which isn’t a lot of money for an electric car.
The BMW X2, a plug-in hybrid, also debuted at last year’s Geneva Motor show.
This car is said to be powered in part by the BMW eDrive platform, which has been around for about a decade.
The eDrive is a modular hybrid technology that has already been used on the BMW 7 Series and 7 Series XE.
The concept car also reportedly has a range of around 200 miles.
“The BMW i6, a full-electric vehicle, was one of several electrified vehicles showcased during the show, as well as the first electric car to make it to the show floor,” Automotive News reported.
“The BMW M6 electric vehicle is the only electric vehicle in the company’s lineup to be unveiled at the conference.”
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