The Spanish division of BMW announces the signing of one of the most important figures in Spanish sport today, Carlos Alcaraz. The range of electric cars from the German firm will provide mobility in the day-to-day life of the young tennis player.
Just arrived in Spain after passing through Wimbledon, a tournament in which he has reached the round of 16, the young tennis player signs for one of the brands that has the most developed range of electric models.
Likewise, the Murcian, only 19 years old, has commented on his social networks: “Very happy to become the new ambassador of BMW Spain. We have shared values and the same concern for sustainable mobility. Convinced that we will do great things together.”
Although it is true that the brand has not specified which model is the one that has chosen the number 7 of the ATP world ranking, they have made it known that the tennis player will be able to choose between any model of its range i, composed only of cars electrical. This series of BMW models has a total of five models; BMW iX, BMW i4, BMW iX3, BMW i7, as well as the new BMW iX1.
The most affordable of all is, precisely the latter, the iX1, with a price starting from 54,900 euros, while the most technological, advanced and exclusive in the range is the BMW i7, whose price starts at 137,900 euros. The latter a few days ago has started its serial production at the brand’s German plant in Dingolfing.
To break the news, the Murcian tennis player posed next to the BMW iX, which both by concept and by design plays the role of a halo electric car within the range of the German manufacturer. The BMW iX is priced in Spain from 87,150 euros and offers a range of up to 629 kilometers in the xDrive50 version, which raises its price to
Although it is true that BMW has not communicated how long the collaboration with the tennis player will last, the brand thus ensures, from very early on in the Spaniard’s career, the loyalty of one of the most promising figures in national sport. At 19 years old and only during this 2022, Alcaraz has already won two Masters 1000 (Miami and Madrid) as well as two ATP 500 (Barcelona and Rio de Janeiro).