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BMW hydrogen-electric powertrain to enter production in 2022, deliver 368 horsepower

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BMW hydrogen-electric powertrain to enter production in 2022, deliver 368 horsepowerBMW plans to put a hydrogen-electric vehicle into limited production in 2022, which the automaker previewed last September with the X5-based i Hydrogen Next concept. On Monday, BMW provided the first details on the powertrain that will feature in the production version of the i Hydrogen Next, which will also be X5-based. A hydrogen-electric...
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News video: BMW's second generation hydrogen fuel cell powertrain will be piloted in the BMW i Hydrogen NEXT from 2022

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As one of the pioneering figures in the field of electric mobility, the BMW Group is equipping itself for the myriad requirements of future mobility, as illustrated by the BMW i Hydrogen NEXT fuel cell development vehicle . The BMW Group is working on the assumption that, in future, various...

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