Drive the future with the BMW Electric Range.

Our electric cars use innovative technologies and materials in order to maximise their efficiency and sustainability. Compare our electric models and let yourself be inspired by the future of mobility.

Discover the BMW Electric Range

  • Electric range: up to 365 miles

  • Output: 250 kW (340hp)

  • Acceleration 0-62 mph: 5.6s

  • Power consumption: 3.6-3.8 mi/kWh


Benefits of BMW Electric Vehicles

Ownership Costs

If you are able to regularly charge your car, on a cost per mile basis, an all-electric vehicle can provide fuel savings when compared to combustion engines.
Further savings can be made in certain cities that offer free or subsidised parking for low emission vehicles and all of our electric models currently (as of August 2021) qualify for the London Congestion Charge exemption with CO2 emissions less than the 75g/km criteria – saving up to £230 per month


From cobalt to electricity - BMW intends to use only materials that are produced using regenerative sources of electricity. In its production of the electric BMW iX and BMW i44, BMW uses water power, the local green energy, in its factories in Bingolfing and Munich.

Lower Benefit in Kind

Business users benefit from the lower Benefit in Kind Tax (BIK) for all electric and efficient plug-in hybrid vehicles in the UK. Drivers of all electric vehicles receive preferential rates of just 1% in 2021-22 and the tax rate is frozen at 2% until at least 2025 to encourage uptake.

Frequently Asked Questions

An electric car offers an entirely new, emotionally charged driving sensation. Thanks to the torque available from a stand-still, you experience fascinating electric dynamics and spontaneous acceleration. At the same time, the almost silent electric engine gives you a new and relaxed driving experience. When actually driving, an electric vehicle is also emission-free.

The respective range of an electric vehicle depends on various factors such as driving style, route conditions, vehicle equipment, weather conditions and payload.

Electric cars are more efficient, meaning it could cost you a lot less than a petrol or diesel car, including significant tax advantages of buying electric. They are also cheaper to maintain as they don’t need regular oil changes due to electric vehicles not needing oil to run

Yes, electric cars need to pass the MOT test and need regular services, just like any other car. Purely electric vehicles don’t need an engine oil service, and therefore, will only need a vehicle and microfilter check after 2 years. Brake fluid will be required 3 years from the build date of the vehicle, followed by subsequent brake fluid changes every 2 years.

Depending on the model, the standard charging cable (Mode 2) or the Flexible Charger is included when you buy an electric or plug-in hybrid BMW - so you can charge your vehicle with any standard household socket. For added convenience, speed, and safety, you can select a wallbox to significantly reduce charging times when compared to standard household sockets.

With BMW Charging, we offer a constantly growing and multi-regional network of public charging points, including high-power charging stations from various providers. For detailed information on the availability of your area’s public charging infrastructure or other relevant locations, visit