To BMW delivered the first electromobiles of i3

To BMW delivered the first electromobiles of i3

On Friday, November 15 the BMW company transferred the first part of new electromobiles of i3 to the happy owners.

In the speech the board member of BMW Jan Robertson told: «Today becomes a mark in the history of BMW Group, after all we transfer our first bonus electromobiles of a line of BMW i to our clients».

Let's remind that the BMW i3 model has lithium - the ion battery in capacity of 22 kWh and two electromotors in capacity of 170 h.p. with a torque in 250 Nanometers. To one hundred the car is dispersed in 7,2 seconds, can subdue a mark of 150 km\h and pass from 130 to 160 kilometres of a way on one charging.

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