The BMW e-mobility concept, which could be a precursor to the company’s full-blown electric car, is due to be unveiled in the coming months, with the electric vehicle costing between $35,000 and $45,000.
The vehicle’s battery could also be ready in 2019.
In the BMW eCoup, the company is making a splash on the production front, announcing it will start producing electric cars in 2018, and is now targeting to make all its cars on the road by 2025.
BMW is currently only producing a handful of e-cars, but will likely soon expand its range to include fully electric vehicles.
The company has also announced plans to manufacture the first all-electric electric cars, the i3, which will start production in 2019, with deliveries expected to start in 2021.
The i3 is expected to have a range of 150 miles, according to reports, which would give it the potential to reach up to 200 miles on a single charge.
The announcement comes as the company prepares to unveil its next generation electric cars at the Geneva Motor Show, which begins next week.
The i3 will be the companys first electric vehicle to be powered by battery power, and will be produced at a factory in the German city of Wuppertal.