Big SUV with two litres of consumption -is that possible?

is it kind of like in real life. Almost everyone talks about the all-electric younger brother BMW iX3, of the seen only in the autumn, the light of the automoti

Big SUV with two litres of consumption -is that possible?

is it kind of like in real life. Almost everyone talks about the all-electric younger brother BMW iX3, of the seen only in the autumn, the light of the automotive world, and it overlooks the current flagship Stromer of the series. The four-cylinder in the BMW X3 xDrive 30e comes from the 20i variant and does as 135 kW / 184 HP. The PHEV model, the two-liter four-cylinder support by means of an electric motor with 80 kW / 109 PS and thus the performance of the system totaled up to 215 kW / 292 HP.

BMW-Hybrid gives the X3 is almost 300 HP

However, the weight increases to 1990 kg, or 275 kilograms more than the Version without electrify the powertrain. The additional fat on the Ribs and stems mainly from the twelve kilowatt hours large battery and the electric motor. press-inform / BMW / Uwe Fischer, The average power consumption amounts to 17.2 kWh/100 km

This additional burden is not passed on to the Crossover in this case, to the disadvantage because the combination of the two-liter gasoline engine and electric motor fits in well with the mid-size SUV. The Synchronous electric motor compensates for the weaknesses of the Turbo petrol engine and gives the X3 a PHEV is significantly more powerful than the is a pure four-cylinder Power in the case. The E-machine stuffs both the turbo lag at low speeds, as well as any delays in the transition, the eight-speed automatic pulls anyway supple full.

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Due to the extra power, the Drive is preparing with the X3 eDrive 30e is quite a joy: According to the 6.1 seconds of the part-time electricity reaches the 100 km/h mark and buttoned his 20i-brother time of 2.2 seconds. At 210 km/h-circuit is the are five km/h less than in the case of X3 20i. The PHEV can travel up to 135 km/h in purely electric mode. A lot of gas, little electricity: a Plug-In Hybrid make sense? FOCUS Online Much fuel, little power: Is a Plug-In Hybrid make sense?

BMW specifies fuel consumption for the X3 xDrive 30e 2.4 l/100 km/h. In the case of our test drive 4.5 l/100 kilometers injected in the incision in the combustion chambers, what stage for a Crossover of this power and a length of 4.71 meters is quite considerable. The power consumption of the Munich-based carmaker to put a figure of 17.2 kWh/100 km, which, according to the data sheet for a maximum of the standard range of 55 kilometers is good.

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We came in, electric, good for 34 miles, which is fine, but not outstanding. If you load the battery with 3.7 kW, they are filled after 2.6 hours to 80 percent. Through recuperation can be blades at each delay and a bit of juice in the battery. However, the System is in the case of BMW, the strength of this recovery and you can't define yourself. For the driving active Bavaria, the use of the brake pedal is obviously still an important part of driving a car, and only then you makes full use of the maximum energy recovery capability of the system. press-inform / BMW / Uwe Fischer, The battery has a capacity of twelve kilowatt-hours

noise: nice and quiet enabled, as in the case of the Munich usual, with buttons in the center console. Anyone who wants to, can make under the submenu other settings and so, for example, its own preferences set, in the Sport Plus setting, the last HP from the drivetrain out of tickling, or the state of charge of the battery, to use in the city centre. However, they will not be selected under the points with the rotary push button, but the buttons are switched through. The Interaction of the two drive units is almost imperceptible. The noise in the passenger cell is remarkably low, only at an energetic kick-down of the four cylinder engine comes to life. Diesel or Plug-In Hybrid - which is better? The great duel FOCUS Online/Wochit Diesel or Plug-In Hybrid - which is better? The great duel

Due to the extra load, dragging the electrified SUV around, is also tuned the suspension a bit firmer than that in the conventionally powered models. Thanks to the adaptive damper of this weight is conditions of disadvantage can only be used in bad road for the driver with a sensitive behind considerably. All the others take the deep location of the batteries, pleased to note. Only when you open the trunk of the X3 xDrive 30e, can be seen in the building over the low loading lip that the battery abknabbert volume of the Luggage compartment. The trunk of the Plug-in-Hybrid-model holds 450 litres and a maximum of 1,500 litres, by moving the Backrests of the rear bench. In the case of the X3 variant without the E-drive is 100 litres more. press-inform / BMW / Uwe Fischer BMW Cockpit with sickle-shaped instruments.

the operation of The Infotainment is at BMW to fit. Especially the voice command works pretty well and in a pinch, you can always rely on the Rotary pushbutton in the center console. The BMW X3 xDrive 30e is with a price of at least 56.247,89 Euro is not necessarily a special offer. For comparison: The un-electrified brother of the BMW X3 xDrive 20i is 45.132 to 77 Euro. Dog learns in Pool lesson for life - his wife is thrilled to FOCUS Online/Wochit dog learns in Pool lesson for life - be wife is thrilled

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Updated Date: 13 August 2020, 11:26

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