Rumor has it that BMW will introduce a fuel-cell car by the end of 2020.
In 2013 BMW launched its first mass-produced electric car the i3, which was followed by the i8 model introduced earlier this year. The vehicles have been received very well by electric-car enthusiasts; however now BMW has unveiled that it is working on a fuel-cell model, which will be launched by the end of the decade.
And on top of that, the German car manufacturer has, according to Greenerideal.com, indicated that it might give up on conventional cars altogether in a few years, and solely focus on green vehicles.
BMW has been working with Toyota, and it seems that the German carmaker has been inspired by Toyota’s focus on the hydrogen-vehicle market.
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