BOCHUM, Germany, Jan 28 (Reuters) - BMW will not add a third model to its i-branded range of electric cars until it has a better idea of demand and does not plan to make the i3 in China, one of its top executives said on Tuesday. The German carmaker took an estimated 2 billion euro ($2.7 billion) development gamble on the all-electric vehicles and says it has attracted more than 11,000 orders for the i3 hatchback since it entered German showrooms in November. BMW trademarked the series ...
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