BORGWARD BXi7 EV
Borgward introduced a pure electric version of its successful BX7 luxury SUV, the Borgward BXi7 electric car, at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show. The German automaker is planning to introduce the Borgward BXi7 EV into the European market in 2019. The Borgward BXi7 will be powered by the company’s e-Propulsion platform, introduced in 2015 at the Frankfurt Auto Show and assembled at the German Bremen factory. The starting price for the Borgward BXi7 is expected to be in the region of 300,000 yuan. The Borgward BXi7 BEV offers B-CLOUD + B-LINK interconnection systems and is expected to launch in 2018 and compete with the Roewe RX5 BEV, Jaguar I-Pace.
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