The Neue Klasse 2025 – BMW’s Upcoming Electric Architecture

BMW’s “Neue Klasse” will make a spectacular return in 2025. BMW CEO Zipse has announced the company’s “New Class” plans. It would group the company’s most advanced electric cars in the future. Three main characteristics will differentiate the Neue Klasse: a fully revamped IT and software architecture, a new generation of high-performance electric drivetrains and batteries, and a fundamentally different sustainability approach over the automotive life cycle.

The BMW Class was the brand’s hero in the 1960s. It has produced a new range of sedans and coupes produced between 1962 and 1977. Following BMW’s financial crisis in the 1950s, these models guaranteed the company’s profitability. As a result, BMW intends to pursue a similar approach in the coming years.

According to BMW CEO Zipse, this Neue Klasse will embody a high-tech spirit on four wheels for consumers who want to experience mobility in 2030 in just five years. He also added that what distinguishes the BMW Group from the competition is that they are never pleased with what they have accomplished so far. The all-new design uses extremely modular building kits to reflect a wide range of vehicles for various target groups. For the first time, an exclusive high-performance electric car from BMW M would sit atop the “New Class”. 

The Neue Class’s ultimate aim is to match the range and manufacturing cost of advanced combustion engines. It also intends to make significant strides in low energy consumption. This new concept plans to put the next wave of electric vehicles’ manufacturing costs in line with conventionally driven cars. 

Moreover, BMW implies products with considerably interior space and brand new aerodynamic possibilities. BMW will launch series cars with hydrogen fuel cells as part of the New Class, in addition to pure electric drives.

Check Also


2025 BMW M4 CS: Is it Worth the Extra Cost?

The 2025 BMW M4 CS is here, and it’s creating a buzz with its impressive …