BMW has unveiled the world’s first fully-electric sports car, the BMW X2.
The sports car was designed to compete in the sports car race in 2020 and will go on sale with a price tag of about $100,000.
The car will also go on public roads for the first time.
“BMW is one of the world leaders in sports cars and has been a world leader in electric vehicles,” said Wolfgang Schäuble, BMW’s CEO, in a statement.
“This new car represents our commitment to the sport, to driving and to the world.”
The BMW X1, which is expected to be unveiled on March 31, 2020, will be a two-seat sports car that will be powered by the BMW M5 electric powertrain.
The BMW M4 electric motor will be used for the rear axle.
The first M4 model is expected in 2021.
The new car will be available with a range of between 160 miles and 180 miles.
In addition to the electric powertrains, the car will have a pair of hybrid batteries that will provide a combined capacity of about 800 miles.
The company will offer a range between 250 and 400 miles on a charge.
The electric motor and hybrid batteries will provide the power to the rear wheels, the rear seats, and the roof.
BMW says the X2 will be able to achieve a range from 90 miles to 120 miles.