At the end of the twentieth century, the undisputed Hyoza X5, who saved the wrecked BMW, returned as a new plug-in hybrid. BMW Korea will enter into a contract for the plug-in hybrid SAV’New X5 xDrive45e’ from the 10th.
This model is expected to launch in Korea next month and is a sports activity vehicle with the latest BMW eDrive technology.
The battery is more than twice as large as the previous generation model, so it can travel up to 54km. It is the longest driving distance in pure electric mode among BMW PHEV models.
Despite the strong combined output of 394 horsepower, the carbon dioxide emissions are only 43g per kilometer, so it is excellent in eco-friendliness.
In Korea, the new X5 xDrive45e xLine and the new X5 xDrive45e M sports will be released in two trims.
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