BMW has unveiled its new electric car that has no collision insurance or maintenance.
The i3, which is powered by an all-electric motor, has an MSRP of $55,000.
The car is the first electric car to make it to California in the past two years.
This is a big deal for California, where the number of electric cars is growing.
“We’re very excited to see electric cars becoming a major part of the California economy,” said Chris Lueders, BMW’s electric vehicle program director.
The BMW i3 will be available for sale in California in 2020.
“California is a key market for electric vehicles and we’re confident that we can serve as a leader in the industry,” Lueder said.
The new BMW i, the company’s first electric vehicle, is the only electric car ever built in California.
The company built a factory in Bakersfield, California, to produce the new i.
The factory is one of the largest in the world.
It produces around 10,000 cars per year.
The plant has been shuttered for more than two years due to environmental issues, and the BMW i is being assembled in Mexico.
The automaker will sell the car in the U.S. beginning in 2020, after it has been certified to comply with emissions standards in California and the U!
California is the third-largest U.K. market.
It is the fourth-largest in the EU, and fourth-most in the United States.
California’s clean-air laws, which require vehicles to use a certain amount of power, have helped to push electric cars to the forefront.
The state has the most EVs in the country.
The California Clean Air Act allows manufacturers to build electric vehicles if they have no carbon emissions, or have zero emissions.
In the first six months of 2020, the state’s EVs made up 18.9% of the nation’s total electric vehicle production.
This means that California has the highest share of electric vehicles worldwide.
California also has a number of other laws in place to help encourage EVs.
The most notable is a $2,000 state sales tax on EVs, which also helps to offset some of the cost of the battery pack.
California is also a leader when it comes to vehicle testing.
Since Tesla and others were granted a temporary exemption to test EVs in California, automakers are looking for ways to ensure the vehicles are safe.
“The state of California has proven itself as a model for innovation and safety,” said John K. Cramer, chief executive of the National Association of Manufacturers.
“In the past decade, California has seen a dramatic increase in the adoption of electric vehicle technology, including in the electric vehicle market.
In 2020, California will be the fourth state to introduce a zero-emission vehicle, after the first four were in California.”
The i is the most powerful electric car sold in the state.
The only other electric car with an MSLP rating is the Tesla Model X. The Model X, which was unveiled in July, is powered entirely by lithium ion batteries.
The electric car also has no gasoline engine, which helps it run on renewable energy.
The battery pack, called a battery bank, is used to charge the battery for the car.
“This is a significant milestone for California’s electric car industry,” said Lued, adding that the new car has a battery life of 300 miles.
The government is also pushing for more electric vehicles in California through the California Clean Vehicle Standards, which the California Air Resources Board, a state agency, is developing.
California currently has the largest number of EVs in North America.
The U.T.S., which the U,S.
Department of Energy, and automakers refer to as the California EV Standard, aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% compared to 1990 levels by 2030.