By Chris JonesSource IGNNews | June 15, 2019 05:05:33One of the hottest topics in automotive today is the potential for BMW’s new M4 car to be able to take off from a standing start.
And with the company set to unveil the next generation of its all-new, electric M4 in late September, the automaker has been working hard on the technology, and is now ready to unveil what it calls the next-generation M6.
The BMW M6 is the car that BMW says is going to be the future of its electric car, but it is not just about the cars.
BMW is also looking to the future with the M6, and the company is taking a bold approach with this latest car.
The new car is going on sale in 2021, and will be built on a new platform called the “BMW Xtreme.”
The new car will also have a fully electrified drivetrain, and a battery pack that BMW claims can achieve a maximum range of 100 miles (160 kilometers).
The new M6 will be the first car in the world that will be powered by a lithium-ion battery pack, and BMW says the car will be able “to reach 200 miles (322 kilometers) of range, surpassing the current electric-only range of more than 100 miles.”
The car also will be completely electrified, and have an autonomous mode that will enable the car to take over in an emergency.
This is not the first time BMW has taken a bold step with an electric car.
In the future, BMW says it will also be introducing a range-extended electric car in 2021.
This time around, though, the company has gone all-in on the new M 6.
While we’re not sure how the new electric car will differ from the existing BMW electric cars, it will be different from BMW’s current electric vehicles.
The company is focusing its energy on electrifying the interior of the new car, and this will allow for a much more robust ride experience.
BMW says that the new BMW M 6 will have a range of over 200 miles.
For a new generation of electric cars to work, you need to have a battery that can hold up to 100 miles of range.
For the new generation, BMW has partnered with the lithium-air battery manufacturer Panasonic, and says that it is also working with an undisclosed partner.
The battery pack is going for about $1,000 per kilowatt hour, and while BMW says there will be a few design elements that will differ between the electric car and the conventional electric car (the seats, for example), BMW is looking to deliver the new battery pack as a seamless solution for the new model.