NewsAgainst the e-car trend: BMW relies on new combustion...

Against the e-car trend: BMW relies on new combustion engines

BMW continues to build combustion engines – and reveals details of new engines. Reason for sticking to the petrol engine: "We need the ultra-modern combustion engine for a few more years".

Munich – For the carmaker BMW, the end of the combustion engine is still far away. He even developed a whole new generation of engines. The reasoning of the German manufacturer: There is still a lack of infrastructure for the e-car boom, so the transition to electromobility will not be over in five or ten years.

As revealed by kreiszeitung.de*, BMW is even working on a new generation of combustion engines – petrol, diesel, six-cylinder and eight-cylinder.

Against the e-car trend: BMW relies on new combustion engines

BMW development board member Frank Weber criticizes the e-car boom that there are above all too few charging stations and a poor infrastructure for charging options: "Of course the future is electric, only if we force customers into an e-car now and they If everyone is stuck in traffic at the charging station on the way to vacation, then nothing is gained. And nobody can want that.”
* kreiszeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

Schedules of the Valencia GP of MotoGP in Cheste and how to see it

The Cheste circuit hosts this weekend, from November 4 to 6, the 2022 MotoGP Comunitat Valenciana GP. See the schedules and all the information.

"Don't talk to me!": Danni Büchner makes a clear announcement to hated party guests

Danni Büchner is invited to Sam Dylan's Halloween party. But the "Goodbye Germany" emigrant has no desire for many other party guests. And find clear words.

King Charles III Portrait now on the first coin: Serious change to the Queen

Charles III first coins with his portrait are there. Coin lovers immediately discover two striking differences.

Unknown colourfulness

Bird Species Discovered on Islands in Indonesia

Braking was tricky

Apart from that, everything worked like a picture book for the railway world record in Switzerland

More