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BMW looking to slash slow-selling model lines – report

The early 2020s could be a model bloodbath at BMW, with a range of convertibles and lower-volume cars in the firing line. BMW will stop producing a raft of low-volume model lines through the early 2020s in search of higher profits, according to new reports from North America. A report in Automobile suggests the company is battling to make money on cars priced below €40,000 ($65,000) in Europe and the USA. The three-door 1 Series, 3 Series GT and 2 Series Gran Tourer have already been axed, but the body count is expected to rise through the early 2020s. In the crosshairs when they reach the end of their current model life?

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