BMW hasn't moved quickly toward electric cars, though a top executive said half the brand's models will be fully electric by 2030.
“The most demanding vehicle that we have is a real high-performance M product. Really high performance M product. What you can expect from this Neue Klasse architecture is not only flexibility within your high voltage battery. You can also have a super efficient single motor architecture, a dual motor architecture, and this can even deliver a four motor architecture up to one megawatt.”
I’m sure they have that, the range will be 17 min of use and then you pit. Or your battery is a nuclear fusion reactor. Power isn’t the problem, usable power with linear delivery at high efficiency in a low weight package is the problem.
A new EV platform that has room for 4 motors would easily do this. The question is battery and delivery ( as others have stated). Right now they are limited not just by battery but by using the existing ICE platform.
Still a great car and can't wait for my M50 to show up, just excited for what might come out 5 years from now.