Germany’s famous automobile company BMW is also preparing to launch the next generation Mini Countryman’s electric variant in view of the increasing demand for electric cars. The car will be ready at the Leipzig plant in Germany. Production of mini cars will also be started here along with other cars of the company. Recently, the company has confirmed that the electric variant of Mini Countryman will also be launched in the coming years, as the demand for car with zero emission is increasing.
Diesel and petrol variants too
The BMW company says that keeping in mind the market situation and the needs of the customers, Mini’s petrol and diesel as well as electric variant will be prepared. The Ledgepig factory has been awarded the contract to produce the Next Generation Mini Countryman. In fact, in view of the current Corona crisis, the company has decided to produce Mini Countryman in Germany itself. Let me tell you that Mini is a company owned by BMW, which produces its cars in the Netherlands, but now production of Mini cars will also be started in Germany.
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Electric cars increased demand
Mini has been making electric cars for a long time, but now the Next Generation Mini Countryman will be introduced to the world. Last year saw a bumper sale of the Mini Cooper SE electric car in Australia, following which the BMW Group has decided that it will now also produce an electric variant of the Mini Countryman and hopes that people will like the car. Let me tell you that the BMW Group’s sales of electric cars have gone up by 8.6 per cent and it is likely to be further affected by the sale of mini electric cars in the coming years.
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Car companies focus on electric mobility
Sales of electric cars have increased considerably in the last few years, including India, and all companies, whether budget hatchback cars, sedans and SUV-MPVs or premium sports cars, are also launching electric variants of all types of cars or Is preparing to launch. In the coming years, along with the increasing demand of electric mobility, the focus of companies abroad will increase on making affordable electric cars and then cars with zero emission will be seen on the roads in abundance.
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