Friday, October 5, 2012


Today at the 2012 Paris Motor demonstrate BMW existing a new iteration of the BMW i3 Concept. The BMW i3 uses an electric motor over the rear axis generate an output of 125 kW/170 hp and striking torque of 250 Nm (184 lb-ft). BMW i3 Concept accelerates from 0 to 60 km/h (37 mph) in below four seconds and from tranquil to 100 km/h (62 mph) in fewer than eight seconds. The electric motor vehicle has a driving range between 85 and 100 miles on a particular charge.

The new iteration has a passenger cell made of carbon fiber resistant plastic, while its internal design is also constantly geared towards sustainability. The new version of the BMW i3 Concept obtainable at the 2012 Paris Motor Show is fitted with eucalyptus wood used for the gadget section, which comes from a sustainable fostering source in Europe and is treated entirely with natural substances.


The high-quality leather of the seats has a fine exterior reliability achieved by dispensation tanning agents gained from olive leaves. Additionally, parts of the mechanism group and door smart are made of natural wool fabric. The BMW i3 provides four mature occupants with admirable all-round visibility, as well as an imposing 200 liters of baggage space after the rear seats.

At 3845mm in extent, 2011mm in breadth and 1537mm in tallness, the five-door i3 is 120mm longer, 326mm wider and 132mm higher than the small One. The plug-in structure is a solid electric motor mounted over the rear axis. It draws power from the battery to present drive to the rear wheels via a single-speed communication. The i3 will be offered with an elective range extender power train (called REx) to gratify those with longer commutes.

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