BMW has added a plug-in hybrid engine to the new X3 and revealed more details about the new 330e.
The X3 xDrive30e will commence production at the end of the year. It will use a four-cylinder petrol engine and electric motor, providing 252PS with a 41PS over-boost feature. CO2 emissions from the SUV will be 56g/km and the car will have a 31-mile electric range.
The 330e uses the same powertrain but is more efficient, emitting just 39g/km of CO2. It will cover 37 miles on the battery alone and provides acceleration from 0-62mph in six seconds.
In the X5 xDrive45e, the electric range is 49 miles and CO2 emissions are 49g/km. The 745Le uses the same new six-cylinder engine, emitting from 48g/km of CO2 and providing a zero-emission range of around 30 miles. Both vehicles develop 394PS.
The 745Le uses the same new six-cylinder engine, emitting from 48g/km of CO2 and providing a zero-emission range of around 30 miles.Both vehicles develop 394PS.
The 530e now emits from 44g/km and can cover 39 miles on a single charge.
The 225Xe emits from 43g/km and has a 35-mile range.
13th of April 2019