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BMW introduced a hybrid crossover X2 xDrive25e, which can drive solely on electric up to 60 kilometers.
the Company BMW has introduced a new version of the compact crossover X2 with a hybrid power plant with the possibility of charging batteries from the mains. This modification of the car, capable to pass on "green" propulsion to 57 km, has received the designation X2 xDrive25e.
New shared powertrains with the similar crossover version of the X1, sales of which began in the fall of 2019. We are talking about 1.5 liter three-cylinder petrol nadobna engine, an outstanding 125 HP and 220 N·m of torque, which is mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
On the rear axle is mounted a 95-horsepower (165 N·m) electric unit powered by a block of lithium-ion batteries for 10 kilowatt-hours. The total capacity of the units was 220 HP and 385 Newton metres. The car is able to dial a "hundred" for 6.8 with 0.1 with faster hybrid X1. Maximum speed was 295 kilometers per hour.
In all-electric mode, the crossover can travel at speeds up to 135 km/h and its maximum power reserve in this case is 55 to 57 kilometers.
When using the BMW I Wallbox charging the battery takes less than four hours. Standard hybrid came in a special acoustic warning system for pedestrians when driving in a silent "green" mode, which is active at speeds up to 30 km per hour.
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