In recent years, BMW has been vigorously developing electric vehicles. Recently, BMW officially announced that the flagship iX has officially launched a production process at the remodeled German factory, and it has predicted that the new generation of 5 series and 7 series will launch pure electric models.

Recently, BMW officially announced that the flagship electric SUV iX has officially started the production process at the Dingolfing plant in Germany, which was previously a production base for the 5 series, 7 series, and 8 series.

In order to transform into an iX production plant, BMW has invested more than 400 million euros in capital to transform and upgrade the production line. BMW expects that electric vehicles will account for half of the production output of the Dingolfing plant in 2025.

However, BMW spends a lot of money to upgrade the factory is not just for iX, because BMW officially confirmed that the new generation of 5 series and 7 series will launch pure electric models for the first time in addition to the introduction of fuel models.

Therefore, it is believed that the new generation of 5 series and 7 series will also benefit from this. Earlier, it was also rumored that BMW's X1 model would also launch a pure electric model, but at present, BMW has not made a clear plan.
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