2016 BMW 330e - plug-in hybrid car, low CO2 emission
2016 BMW 330e - a super-economical hybrid sedan modification of BMW 3 series F30, which debuted at the press event helding on 25 to 29 January 2016, on home soil (Garching/Munich, Bavaria). The composition of the hybrid powerplant of the new BMW 330e consists a gasoline 2.0-liter turbomotor with capacity of 184 hp, the electric engine of 88 hp (total return 252 hp and 420 Nm), eight-step automatic and the rechargeable Li-ion batteries with a capacity of 7.6 kWh which is located under the floor of the trunk.
The compartment of is reduced from 480 to 370 liters, but the producer specifies that engineers managed to keep an ideal weight distribution between the axles in a 50:50 ratio, and average fuel consumption in the mixed cycle is declared at the level of 2.1 liters on one hundred km. From a place to one hundred the hybrid sedan of BMW 330e disperses in 6.1 seconds, and the maximum is equal 225 km/h. Total power reserve with full tanks and batteries reaches 600 kilometers, and only on electrodraft the four-door is capable to overcome about 40 km with a speed not higher than 125 kilometers per hour. Charge the battery to 80 percent can be done in one and a half hours, in case of use for charging a 3.7-kilowatt source of electric energy.
In hybrid mode and combined cycle ride, for the 252 hp sedan 2016 BMW 330e enough to overcome the 100 kilometers in just 1.9-2.1 liters of gasoline to CO2 emissions by the level of 44-49 grams per kilometer. In this mode, top speed increases to 225 km/h with the ability to accelerate from a standstill to 100 km/h in 6.1 seconds. Despite the installation of dimensional power battery in the trunk of the sedan remains 370 liters volume for cargo and vehicle curb weight increased to 1735 kg. The manufacturer plans to sell the novelty in 22 countries. European sales will start in 2016, prices will be announced later.