BMW has unveiled its recently released eighth generation 3-series plug-in hybrid version.
Coming to the 330e sign of the outbound plugin hybrid, the new car has a power supply similar to that of a replacement, but offers a lot of electrical and electrical range.
There is also a new feature called XtraBoost, which falls on a turbocharged engine, but only if there is enough battery charge on the battery.
330 is a 2.0-liter turbo-4 engine that is powered by an 8-speed automatic transmission. The engine is just like the 3-Series standard on the rear wheels.
The output power of the output is 252 horsepower and 310 lb torque, but the XtraBoost is an extra 41 hp when it's in Sport mode. and 12-kW lithium-ion accumulator adds enough charge.
The BMW is 0-62 mph at 6.0 seconds and the maximum speed is 143 mph. With single power, the high speed reduces to 87 miles. The BMW 330 claims that it has a total electrical range of 37 miles, but the EPA can be a bit lower.
Sales of the BMW 330e will be sold in the summer of 2019. The availability of the US should still be announced, but must come by 2020. Also, coming to 2020 will be the model M340i M Performance, and we will also come up with a new 3-style sports car body style.