BMW does not see as essential to public recharging electric

BMW does not see as essential to public recharging electric

Herbert Diess, BMW board member, said the system to recharge batteries of electric vehicles on the streets is not crucial for this type of car becomes popular. For him, most people recharges your car at home, which makes charging stations unnecessary.

The executive cited his own experience to illustrate the point: "an i3 after driving around town for a year, any time I played in a system of public recharging" Diess said, noting that the brand has partnered with ChargePoint to reload their models.

The assertion of executive occurs after some research suggest that the biggest obstacle for consumers to buy electric vehicles is the lack of charging stations throughout the city.

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