NEW YORK – A top BMW official says the German auto maker is ready to meet high demand for its all-new i3 electric vehicle, while declining to reveal a sales target for the small car. “We’re ready to do real volume,” Jose Guerrero, BMW i product manager, tells the media at the EV’s unveiling here. The i3 is being built on a dedicated assembly line in Leipzig, Germany, that Ludwig Willisch, CEO of BMW of North America, tells WardsAuto can scale up quickly if ...
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