BMW has made the X1 with a flow rate of 1.3 liters per 100 kilometersMarch 22, 2019
Updated plug-in hybrid X1 xDrive25Le will show at the Shanghai Auto Show
BMW has updated the plug-in hybrid X1 xDrive25Le, reducing consumption in the combined cycle by 72 percent. The modification is still presented only in China and is produced at the BMW Brilliance Automotive joint venture plant in Shenyang. The public debut of the novelty will take place at the Shanghai Motor Show.
The updated BMW X1 xDrive25Le is equipped with a 1.5-liter three-cylinder turbo engine, a six-speed Steptronic automatic gearbox and an electric motor mounted on the rear axle. The total recoil of the power plant – 231 horsepower and 382 Nm of torque. From place to 100 km/h plug-in hybrid accelerates in 7.4 seconds. The motor is powered by a block of lithium-ion batteries with high energy density, which is only 2.5 kilograms heavier than the previous one.
The use of new materials and technologies has increased the “electric” mileage BMW X1 xDrive25Le by 83 percent – up to 110 kilometers. Consumption in the combined cycle decreased by 72 percent and amounted to 1.3 liters. The equipment includes a panoramic crossover roof, navigation system with a 10.25-inch touch screen and support for natural speech, diode optics and parking assistant.
In 2018, the BMW X1 xDrive25Le became the most popular plug-in hybrid of the premium segment in China, and now the most economical model of the brand. It is followed by the BMW 530e sedan, which consumes 1.7 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers, and the 225xe Active Tourer compact van with an indicator of 1.9 liters per 100 kilometers.
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