BMW joins Melbourne’s most sustainable pop-up house

BMW joins Melbourne’s most sustainable pop-up house

The all-electric BMW i3 is now being displayed alongside one of Australia’s most sustainable ‘tiny’ homes at Federation Square in Melbourne.

Once again, BMW has partnered with multi-award winning sustainable pop-up home group The New Joneses as part of the Sustainable Living Festival running until Saturday February 25.

The partnership comes weeks before BMW rolls out 40 electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle charging bays across the nation at major metropolitan Westfield centres.

Marc Werner, chief executive of BMW Group Australia, says the company is delighted to extend both its commitment to sustainability and its partnership with The New Joneses.

“We’re delighted the i3 is showcased at this year’s The New Joneses project – it is exactly the type of vehicle environmentally minded home-owners would love to drive,” Werner says.

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