In Frankfurt Motor Show 2013 the Bavarian automaker has prepared a hybrid crossover concept BMW Concept5 X5 eDrive, built on the basis of the new BMW X5 (F15), submitted in late May.
The structure of the power plant consists of four internal combustion engine (type and capacity are not specified) with a twin-turbocharged, 95-horsepower electric motor and located under the boot floor, high-voltage lithium-ion batteries.
BMW Concept5 X5 eDrive can move in three driving modes, the main of which is the traditional hybrid. It is able to gain an SUV with a hundred places at 7.0 seconds and the average consumption in the combined cycle is 3.8 liters per 100 kilometers.
The second mode is the number of electric. A full battery charge is enough to overcome the distance of 30 kilometers at a speed of up to 120 km/h. This energy can refill from the home network, or on special charging stations.
Finally, the third mode involves only the movement of the engine with a view to save battery power in the future when it may come in handy. It is expected that the serial varint hybrid BMW X5 will appear in 2015, and a similar installation will also be used to 5-Series sedan next generation.

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