BMW launches an electric car made of Emirati aluminum from sustainable sources

The Arabian Gulf Mechanical Center, the agent for the BMW Group in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates, announced the launch of a fully electric car in the local markets, made of Emirati aluminum produced from sustainable sources.

 The company indicated, during a press conference held in Dubai yesterday to announce the launch of the all-new BMW 7 Series and BMW i7, in addition to offering a full range of cars such as the new BMW X7 and the new BMW 8 Series., that it launched the all-electric BMW i7, which provides Sustainable mobility solutions, as it relies on sustainable sources of manufacturing materials, such as its use of aluminum panels produced using photovoltaic energy, from Emirates Global Aluminum, so it is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions for the BMW Group by about 2.5 million tons over the next 10 years.

She explained that it relies on an open technological approach in its manufacture. The new BMW 7 Series is available in the UAE either as an electric car that works on a battery or as a traditional car, pointing out that the new electric car has a driving range of up to 625 km per full charge.

She explained that the BMW i7 comes with BMW crystal headlights with light effect, and provides an experience that is to keep up with the standards of sustainable and environmentally friendly mobility solutions. 

For his part, CEO of the Arabian Gulf Mechanical Center, Ayhan Ulser, said that we launched the first fully electric BMW i7, as we are witnessing today a new chapter in the world of BMW cars, as the Arabian Gulf Mechanical Center contributes to shaping the features of the future of modern and sustainable cars.

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