BMW i5 M60 Stars at the 2024 BMW Open

At Munich’s MTTC Iphitos event, Christian Ach, Head of BMW Germany, and Patrik Kühnen, the tournament director, introduced the all-electric BMW 5 Series. The BMW i5 M60 will be the Winner’s Car for the championship. Crafted at the BMW Group Plant Dingolfing, it highlights BMW’s progress in sustainable luxury mobility.

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The vehicle boasts impressive specs: a combined power consumption of 21.2–18.2 kWh/100 km, zero CO2 emissions, and an electric range of 439–516 kilometres. These features underline BMW’s commitment to performance and environmental responsibility. The plant in Dingolfing, a hub for BMW’s e-drive production, also rolls out other high-end models. This results in the employment of over 18,000 people dedicated to crafting the future of driving.

Patrik Kühnen recently inspected the BMW i5 M60 on-site, experiencing the sophisticated manufacturing processes that BMW champions. His test drive emphasised the car’s innovative attributes and its role in pushing the boundaries of what electric vehicles can achieve.

The BMW i5 M60 features cutting-edge digital services that enhance every drive. Options include in-car gaming and advanced driver assistance systems. Notably, the Highway Assistant offers a hands-off driving experience at speeds up to 130 km/h, ensuring comfort without compromising safety.

Furthermore, this year’s BMW Open is supported by a fully electrified BMW shuttle fleet, featuring models such as the BMW i7 and iX, among others, highlighting BMW’s holistic approach to sustainability.

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