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BMW X2 xDrive25e, only 38 g of CO2

BMW accelerates the electrification of its range. While it occupies a leading position in the first four months of the year 2020 with a penetration of 10 % on the market of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid, the constructor munich continues its offensive. He has provided these models electrified will represent 25% of its sales volumes europe in 2021. An imperative to continue lowering the average CO2 emissions of its range. To achieve its goal, it will rely on the range of electrified vehicles to be the most developed. While it was just announce in its program of review for model year 2021, put in place this summer, the development of the mild hybrid to 51 models, the technology plug-in hybrid continues to weave its web. Within the range of its SUV, the BMW will be in a few measures to propose four models plug-in hybrids.

The battery pack is installed under the rear seat. Tom Kirkpatrick/Tom Kirkpatrick, BMW AG

After the X5 and the X3, it is now the turn of the X1 and the X2 to convert to this technology that many consider to be the best of both worlds. In effect, the plug-in hybrid ensures a battery range of several tens of kilometers to drive in low emission zones or the center of cities while preserving the freedom of movement of a vehicle thermal engine. Today, BMW told us a little more about the X2, the derivative dynamic of the X1. Its technology combines the 3-cylinder 1.5-litre turbo petrol from the Mini Cooper deflated to 125 hp (instead of 136 hp) to an electric machine 95 hp and an automatic transmission . The ensemble produces a power of 220 horsepower and a torque of 385 Nm. Thanks to its lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 10 kWh is placed under the rear seat, with no impact on the capacity of the trunk, the X2 boasts a battery range of 53 km. According to the new protocol, WLTP, the X2 xDrive25e announces a consumption registered at 1.7 l/100 km, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 38 g/km.

Tom Kirkpatrick/Tom Kirkpatrick, BMW AG

Thanks to the installation of the electric motor on the rear axle, X2 is transformed into propulsion when driving on EV mode up to a speed of 135 km/h but becomes a four-wheel drive when both motors run together. Recognizable with its charge port in the left front fender, this SUV has a need for 3.2 hours with the Wallbox BMW i for the battery to regain its full potential.

Side performance, the X2 xDrive25e announces a top speed of 195 km/h and slaughters the 0 to 100 km/h in 6,8 seconds. This is the fourth plug-in hybrid of the family X will be launched as early as next July at a rate of 49 000 eur 51 400 € in version Business.

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SUV with the sporty look? It is supposed to look like a shell of sea urchin, a pressure cooker or a pumpkin? When I think that there are people who will buy it.

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