BMW i5, start of production and first deliveries expected in the last quarter of the year. The first example rolled off the assembly line on July 21st.
The classic BMW i5 made electric
It has always been the fifth series, with series 3, One of the two pillars of Monaco House sales. Eco Why, at BMW’s annual conference in March, CEO Oliver Zips The electric version was unveiled in preview i5 processor with the scope specified.Unique strengthWe’re not talking about a quiet sedan: the i5 processor It will come in two variants,eDrive 40 And the high performance version M60. The first has an autonomy of up to 582 kmwith the engine from 250 kW (340 HP) And it accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 6 secondsI, with maximum speed 193 km / h. The M60 has a range of up to 516 km and develop up to 590 hp of power, with acceleration from 0 to 100 in 3.7 seconds. The new model features the latest technologies and software developed at BMW, incl OS 8.5 last generation. A system that, among many goodies, allows you to play video games while recharging.
Prices from €74,400, the Monaco is focused on high-performance electric vehicles
the prices They’re not really popular: they’re leaving 74,400 euros to 40- Program of Action And from 100,200 euros for M60. The focus on high-performance sports cars (and sustainable price lists) seems to vindicate BMW, which is by far the best car to stand up to compared to Tesla. Delivered in the first half of the year 152,936 BMW electric cars (+101%, in the same period in 2022 as it was 75891). Above all, the fact that this acceleration corresponds to suddenness is astounding Braking of a plug-in hybrid. A year ago, the latter was still prevalent, while in the first half of 2023, the relationship with 92,532 PHEVs (+ 33%). Monaco house works better than Mercedes that in the classroom arrived in 102,600 Registrations (+ 121%), exceeding 10% of the total number of cars sold. As well as draudi, that stopped at 75600.
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