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BMW Has Had Enough Of Racing Electric Cars In Formula E


With BMW focusing on expanding its production electric car range with upcoming new models like the iX, iX3, i4, i5, and i7, the Bavarian automaker simply can’t justify the investment required to compete in Formula E. BMW aims to have one million electric cars on the road by the end of 2021 and hopes to increase that number to seven million by 2030.

Since entering Formula E for the 2018-2019 championship partnering with Andretti Motorsport, BMW’s Formula E team has claimed four victories, four pole positions, and nine podiums in 24 races. The BMW i8 plug-in hybrid has also served as a Formula E safety car since 2014.





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