Cars & Motor

BMW X1 - plug-in hybrid models with increased electric range, petrol and diesel engines with 48-volt mild hybrid technology

Quelle: AUTOMOTOTV (Glomex)

Fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology also comes in the plug-in hybrid models of the new BMW X1 to use. As a result, significant progress has been made in terms of sportiness, efficiency and charging capacity compared to the previous generation. The electric range has also been significantly increased. At the launch of the new BMW X1, the portfolio of conventional combustion engines includes two petrol and two diesel engines from the BMW Group's new modular generation of Efficient Dynamics engines. The efficiency and power development of the two most powerful drive units are optimized using second-generation 48-volt mild hybrid technology, whose electric motor is integrated into the 7-speed Steptronic transmission. This means that the four-cylinder model BMW X1 xDrive23i has an output of 160 kW/218 hp. Also on offer: the new BMW X1 sDrive18i, powered by a 100 kW/136 hp three-cylinder engine. A four-cylinder diesel engine and mild hybrid technology ensure a maximum output of 155 kW/211 hp in the new BMW X1 xDrive23d. The four-cylinder diesel engine in the new BMW X1 sDrive18d delivers 110 kW/150 hp