WSBK 2022: Scott Redding changes from Ducati to BMW
© Motorsport Images Scott Redding leaves Ducati and makes room for its predecessor Scott Redding will compete in the upcoming WSBK season for the BMW worksteam. Just in front of the racing weekend in Navarre, BMW confirmed that Redding in the season 2022 teammates of Michael Van will be the mark. is unclear as it continues with Tom Sykes. The Brit has been constantly BMW Pilot in recent years.
NUERTINGEN, Germany — BMW will be ready for any ban on internal combustion engine (ICE) cars from 2030 onwards with an offering of electric vehicles, Chief Executive Officer Oliver Zipse said.
The EU has proposed an effective ban on fossil fuel cars from 2035 as part of a broader package of measures to combat global warming.
"We will be ICE-ban ready. If a region, a city, a country gets the idea of banning ICEs, we have an offering," Zipse told a conference in the town of Nuertingen, near Stuttgart.
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"The BMW Group is not worried about this. Whether it's a good idea is another question ... but we will have an offering."
Scott Redding changes to BMW - Spectacular driver change in the Superbike World Cup
The 28-year-old Briton Scott Redding changes to the 2022 season from the Ducati work team to the BMW Motorrad Worldsbk Team. That made BMW now known. © BMW Redding has been active in various world championship classes since 2008, among other things, he was launched for five years in the MotoGP. In 2019, he joined for a season in the British Superbike Championship (BSB) and secured the title there.
Unlike rivals including Volkswagen and General Motors, BMW has not set an end date for production of ICE cars.
However, it has said it expects 50% of global car sales to be electric vehicles by 2030.
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Munich (Reuters) - BMW has sold significantly more cars despite the chip crisis in the 2021 car industry than in the first Corona year. © Reuters Archives: Logo of the German Luxury Car Manufacturer BMW in Munich, Germany, March 20, 2019. Reuters / Michael Dalder Sales of the Group to which in addition to the core brand BMW also includes mini, Rolls-Royce and motorcycles, rose by 8 , 4 percent to a good 2.5 million, as BMW announced on Wednesday.