By Andreas Cremer and Deepa Seetharaman LONDON/NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - BMW aims to win a "meaningful" segment of the electric car market with its i-series battery-powered models by offering luxurious styling and packages designed to help owners overcome the traditional hurdles to electric car ownership. Among the incentives offered by the world's biggest luxury carmaker is what it calls "BMW add-on mobility", which gives owners access to a ...
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