Concept Active Tourer Outdoor from BMW

July 13, 2013 / by / 0 Comment
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BMW, the luxury carmaker from Germanys all set to introduce BMW Concept Active Tourer.  To be staged at the OutDoorFriedrichahafenfiar, the automaker has shown once again that how the interior space can be utilized for sport and leisure purpose by the tourer. The concept car offers a fresh outlook on how to combine sporting aesthetics and style. Get ready to enjoy improved drive technology, superior compact dimensions and better functionality. The plug-in hybrid drive system is ecofriendlyand provides a very special power delivery, promising efficiency of the highest order.

BMW Concept Active Tourer

Now your active lifestyle can fall back on a massive sunroof, leather upholstery and a front-wheel drive in this Active Tourer. This is what BMW plans to offer in its big orange hybrid SUV. Powered by.5-liter turbocharged gas engine and an electric motor, enjoy 190 horsepower in joint mode. You can reach a top speed of 125 mph and touch 62 mph from 0 in just 8 seconds. What you get are the benefits of an electric motor along with the attributes of a traditional combustion engine with the best possible outcomes.

BMW Concept Active Tourer

The sporty compact design of the Tourer Outdoor is just the ideal companion for active sports enthusiasts. There is a carrier system for two bicycles and the generous levels of interior space makes use of clever details. The Orange exterior paintwork and the hard-wearing interior material is both easy to maintain and take care of.  The 8.75 feet long wheel base and the front-wheel drive means more space on the interiors. The compartment in the rear is very adjustable. The car has latest information on all available routes and activities in the Alps as the integrated SIM card keeps you connected and updated. Over and above, this is a treat for the eyes and a great companion for you on the roads.


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