I was waiting for this! Imagine you go to your parking spot open new BMW 745e push start button and car quietly starts moving…and this lasts for about 50 km…well at leasts BMW says so.
According to specs of new bmw g11 lci 745e will be able to drive on pure electric mode around 50km. Yeah that’s not Tesla with more than 400km but let’s not forget that at current time in most countries the electric infrastructure is not so good developed so we still need cars with both petrol engine in case battery is discharged, right?
Here is a picture of a new BMW 7 hybrid in M-Pack and I like it. Actually I want it. Anybody there need a $100.000 website? 🙂 Please order from my company 🙂 here is the link: www.nahabagroup.com Thank you 🙂
Here is a picture with white hybrid bmw 7 with m-pack and short description. Looks good isn’t it?
The most amazing thing for me is that this hybrid models now includes a 6-cylinder in-line petrol engine. Man that is amazing, looks like BMW read my mind. LOL
I always thought that a 4-cylinder for such a huge and in hybrid version heavy car is not enough on highways or high speed highways (still not sure correct name). Having a 6-cylinder petrol engine seems like perfect solution for now. I like this approach 🙂
The maximum speed for all three models is electronically cut off at 250 km/h.
The new high-voltage battery for the plug-in hybrid models of the BMW 7 Series is now 12.0 kWh.
In ELECTRIC mode, the power of the electric motor alone is even sufficient to reach a speed of 140 km/h. The electrically powered range of the new BMW 745e is between 54 and 58 kilometres*, while the new BMW 745Le reaches 52 to 55 kilometres*. The new BMW 745Le xDrive achieves an electrically powered range of 50 to 54 kilometres.
When selecting a public charging station, the navigation system also provides the driver with a list of recommended nearby hotels, restaurants, cafés, tourist attractions and cultural institutions.
Ok finally some official data for each model:
CO2 EMISSIONS & CONSUMPTION.
BMW 745e: Fuel consumption combined: 2,3 – 2,1 l/100km; power consumption combined: 15,6 – 15,1 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 52 – 48g/km
BMW 745Le: Fuel consumption combined: 2,3 – 2,2 l/100km; power consumption combined: 15,7 – 15,6 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 53 – 50g/km
BMW 745Le xDrive: Fuel consumption combined: 2,6 – 2,3 l/100km; power consumption combined: 16,3 – 15,8 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 59 – 52g/km
These details have already been calculated based on the new WLTP test cycle and adapted to NEDC for comparison purposes.
Now it is even easier to charge your BMW.
BMW i launches yet another world first in the form of a factory-fitted, fully integrated inductive charging facility for the high-voltage battery in a plug-in hybrid vehicle. Production will start in July. Continue reading →
There is a car engineering strategy, known as “lightweighting”, aimed at developing lightweight structure cars to improve fuel efficiency, dynamics and driving. The lighter the car, the faster it accelerates, the more maneuverable and efficient it is. Using lightweight materials in car building leads to less strain on the engines, reduced fuel consumption and better car handling.
BMW knows that and strives for lightweighting to achieve better performance for its electric cars. To reduce car weight, the German carmaker uses innovative material at car building – the carbon fiber.
The carbon fiber (Carbon fiber reinforced polymer/CFRP, carbon fiber reinforced plastic or carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic/CFRTP) is a light and highly resilient composite containing the carbon fibres and the matrix of plastic. It is 50% lighter than the steel and 30% lighter than the aluminum, but it is extremely strong and safe for being used in the industries requiring high strength-to-weight ratio and rigidity – aerospace, civil engineering, and, of course, car engineering industry. Continue reading →
Our interest in BMW i models and respect towards company technologies is endless. EfficientDynamics is one of the BMW concepts we absolutely like at Bmwiclub. BMW EfficientDynamics is incorporated in every BMW i car. Last time we told about innovative BMW eDrive concept, which is one of the core technologies in EfficientDynamics strategy. Now let’s understand the concept behind BMW EfficientDynamics and its major technologies.
Understanding EfficientDynamics Concept
EfficientDynamics is a strategy developed at BMW to reduce car fuel consumption and toxic emissions while increasing dynamics. It is a mix of electromobility systems, efficiency measures and high-tech functions coupled towards improving car energy management, construction, aerodynamics, combustion engines and electric motors. Increased driving performance and reduced power consumption – this is EfficientDynamics from BMW.
Especially clearly the efficient driving concept from BMW is manifested in its electric cars, the i3 and i8, intended for driving in mega cities where car dynamism, lightweight construction, low CO2 emission and sustainable mobility are most needed. Urban driving and vibrant city lifestyle requires from the car optimal combination of efficiency and dynamics, just what the BMW concept is all about. Continue reading →