BMW X1 xDrive25Le iPerformance
BMW Brilliance unveiled the BMW X1 xDrive25Le iPerformance at the Chengdu Auto Show in September 2016. The 2017 Model is destined only for the Chinese market. The BMW X1’s battery pack is positioned low in the central section of the chassis, leaving lots of trunk space. The BMW eDrive technology provides three modes, Auto eDrive vehicle default mode where the system intelligently selects a single energy source or combination whichever is more efficient; the Max eDrive mode is zero emissions pure electric mode, SAVE Battery mode to maintain the battery and using reactive braking to charge the unit.
The X1 is equipped with BMW Driving Experience Control system offering three driving experiences, Sport (sports), Comfort (comfort) and ECO PRO (economic).
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