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BMW launches first all-electric car

BMW i's Head of Design, Benoit Jacob has revealed the manufacturer’s first all- electric car at Old Billingsgate Market London, England. The vehicle was launched as one of BMW's new 'i' branded electric and hybrid-powered cars.

BMW launches first all-electric car
A general view of the new BMW i3 after it's launch at Old Billingsgate Market on July 29, 2013 in London, England. The vehicle was launched as one of BMW's new 'i' branded electric and hybrid-powered cars. (Getty Images)
BMW launches first all-electric car
A general view of the new BMW i3 after it's launch at Old Billingsgate Market on July 29, 2013 in London, England. The vehicle was launched as one of BMW's new 'i' branded electric and hybrid-powered cars. (Getty Images)
BMW launches first all-electric car
BMW i's Head of Design, Benoit Jacob speaks to press after the launch of their first all- electric car at Old Billingsgate Market on July 29, 2013 in London, England. The vehicle was launched as one of BMW's new 'i' branded electric and hybrid-powered cars. (Getty Images)
BMW launches first all-electric car
Members of the media gather around the new BMW i3 after it's launch at Old Billingsgate Market on July 29, 2013 in London, England. The vehicle was launched as one of BMW's new 'i' branded electric and hybrid-powered cars. (Getty Images)
BMW launches first all-electric car
A general view of the new BMW i3 after it's launch at Old Billingsgate Market on July 29, 2013 in London, England. The vehicle was launched as one of BMW's new 'i' branded electric and hybrid-powered cars. (Getty Images)
BMW launches first all-electric car
A general view of the new BMW i3 after it's launch at Old Billingsgate Market on July 29, 2013 in London, England. The vehicle was launched as one of BMW's new 'i' branded electric and hybrid-powered cars. (Getty Images)