Recently, BMW officially released the X1 xDrive25e, X2 xDrive25e plug-in hybrid version of the model, and the two cars have the same power and battery configuration, the new car equipped with a capacity of 10 kWh power battery pack, The vehicle has a range of about 35 miles (56.3 kilometers) in pure-electric mode.
It has to be said that the new car’s pure power range performance is still measurable, in the current domestic traffic environment, the new car’s pure battery life can fully meet the owner’s daily commute renewal. And the vehicle can also hang new energy models dedicated green brand, for those located in the limited-purchase city car owners more friendly.
Both new cars continue the overall look of their respective fuel versions in terms of appearance, while the use of a smoky intake grille adds a lot of dominance to the vehicle. The headlights section uses a larger matrix headlights and is integrated with a light band LED light band to give the vehicle’s front face a better sense of technology.
In addition, the charging hole at the left wing in front of the vehicle highlights the vehicle’s new energy identity, while the new vehicle’s fuel port is still arranged above the right rear wheel arch of the vehicle, preserving the overall design of the fuel vehicle to the maximum extent.
New cars are also doing well in the driving force that consumers are most concerned about. The two vehicles feature a four-wheel drive system consisting of a front engine plus rear drive motor with a combined power of 168KW and a peak torque of 385N.m. Thanks to the low torque performance of the vehicle’s rear drive motor, the vehicle has a 100km acceleration of 6.8S.