Monday, August 16, 2010

New BMW Vision EfficienctDynamics Concept Officially Revealed

Bavarian automakers has officially revealed photos, details and video of their new BMW Vision EfficientDynamics Concept car. Making its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the 2+2 seater concept is described as a visualization of BMW ActiveHybrid technology; an icon for prospect high-performance forceful dynamics and pouring pleasure all with a innovative level of efficiency.

New BMW Vision EfficienctDynamics Concept img_1 | AutoWorld

BMW uses the example of a vehicle with the performance of a BMW M car joint with the fuel market and emissions of a modern small car in the premium seminar of course. This is the basis rule behind the BMW EfficientDynamics development approach taken to an acute.

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The new Vision EfficientDynamics concept uses an ample mixture configuration consisting of a three-cylinder turbodiesel with two exciting motors. Output is 262 kW (356 hp), limit torque 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) channeled through all-swing energy featuring an exciting motor on both the front and rear axles.

BMW predicts standstill acceleration to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds, top alacrity 250 km/h (155 mph) (electronically narrow), fuel consumption in the EU adversity series 3.76 litres/100 km (75.1 mpg imp), CO2 emissions 99 grams/km.

As a socket-in mixture, BMW Vision EfficientDynamics is able to shield the complete fuel consumption maneuver phase under electric capacity solitary. Taking the sources of energy worn for generating the electric country consumed into account (EU electricity mix), this reduces the CO2 release rating to just 50 grams per kilometre.

Electric energy is generated lacking the slightest enlarge in fuel consumption through Brake Energy Regeneration. Energy is stored in 98 lithium polymer cells. The car is able to traverse a distance of about 50 km (31 mi) in the electric approach deserted.

Using birth materials and innovative light technology the interior demonstrates the hottest in technology such as a 3-dimensional Head-Up Display. The roof and door insert made of polycarbonate glass automatically become darker as a reactionary party of incoming light. Doors opening to the border like Mercedes SLC Gullwing. Formula 1 influenced aerodynamics render a CX drag coefficient optimised to just 0.22.