BMW, which announced last week it would not build the next generation of its C-series sedan, has given some clues on its future production plans.
The automaker has announced plans to build a new model C6 sedan, a crossover sedan and a hatchback sedan.BMW has previously said it is targeting to introduce a new generation of C-Series vehicles by the end of 2019.
This is followed by a new car, the C6 XC, in 2020, a new crossover sedan, the XC and a new hatchback SUV, the Z4.BMWs future C6s and XCs will have a higher displacement than its current models.
The new C6 model will have the capacity to reach the 160 km/h (100 mph) mark and will be able to hit 155 km/hour (94 mph).
The next generation C6 will be even more powerful, with the capacity of 155 km (93 mph) on a single charge.
The next generation XC will also have a bigger displacement.
The first C-class C-XC was launched last year and will have power of 200 hp.
The new C-line crossover SUV will be called the C-xC, the company said in a press release.
The next C-generation hatchback will be codenamed “XS”.
The company said it would introduce a “new, more compact and lightweight, more agile and fuel-efficient platform” in the next year or two.
The upcoming model C8 will also be the first C series SUV that will be powered by an electric motor, which BMW said it will be capable of hitting 100 km/hr (62 mph).