BMW’s premium electric car to hit streets in Korea in AprilBMW Korea will release its premium electric car i3 on April 24, and open power-charging stations at 60 E-Mart locations nationwide by the end of the year, in a joint operation with E-Mart and Posco ICT. Posco ICT will manage the charge membership program, while E-Mart will provide the service to its shoppers. The charge stations will be compatible with all electric cars, after owners open memberships. Users will be able to check the availability of chargers via a mobile application.
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