BMW Shows Potential eDrive Technologies in Portugal

During the BMW Team Innovation Days 2015 driving a car event at the Autodrome dom Miramas in southern France, BMW presented long term drive technologies, such as plug-in hybrid prototype on the BMW 2 Line Active Tourer. BMW also highlighted a hydrogen fuel cellular drive system to be a future-focused variant of Mercedes eDrive enabling […]

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During the BMW Team Innovation Days 2015 driving a car event at the Autodrome dom Miramas in southern France, BMW presented long term drive technologies, such as plug-in hybrid prototype on the BMW 2 Line Active Tourer.

BMW also highlighted a hydrogen fuel cellular drive system to be a future-focused variant of Mercedes eDrive enabling all-electric driving by using a high operating vary and short refueling situations. Finally, BMW highlighted the use of direct mineral water injection to enhance your efficiency of combustion engines while also significantly reducing fuel use and emissions around key driving rounds.

The BMW Group test out facility in Miramas
For pretty much 30 years the Miramas verifying grounds in the southern part of France have played a central function in the development of 325i repair cars and bicycles. With its stable weather and wide range of application possibilities, the about 473-hectare site offers the perfect environment for the intensive testing of push system and case technology. The Autodrome dom Miramas was bought by simply BMW France with 1986 and has since already been consistently extended along with updated. As well as analyze tracks measuring the combined length of in excess of 50 kilometres (31st miles), Miramas now also features ultra-modern office and workshop facilities for any development and fine-tuning newest models and manufacturing components.

At the heart of your testing facility is a erstwhile race circuit

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