BMW 330e iPERFORMANCE PHEV
BMW unveiled the BMW 330e iPerformance in September 2015 with the production version scheduled for deliveries in Europe late 2015 and in North America mid-2016. The entry-level luxury sedan is the first of the BMW model series available in a Plug-In Hybrid variant. From this point forward BMW will use the iPerfromance designation in all its core brands to indicate the migration of the i-series technology to them.
BMW 330e iPERFORMANCE PHEV Specs
2016 - 2018 BMW 330e iPerformance PHEV Specs
2019 BMW 330e iPerformance PHEV Specs
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THE BMW 330e iPERFORMANCE PHEV IN THE NEWS
Week 46 2018 - 2019 BMW 330e specs revealed
BMW unveiled the specifications of the 2019 BMW 330e iPerformance. The 2019 BMW 300e model is available from the summer of 2019 and boast a 50% increase in range and reduced emissions by 10%. The BMW 300e plug-in hybrid offers a range of 60km (38miles) from a 12kWh battery. The performance of the BMW 330e sedan is also enhanced through XtraBoost which further increases drive output on a temporary basis to as much as 30 kW/41 hp. For the full specs go here.
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