The German auto maker has confirm that it produce the green version of the brand’s flagship 4X4. However, there is no time scale given as to when the X5 Hybrid will roll out to green energy enthusiasts.
We saw the first glimpse of what BMW called the Concept X5 eDrive at the Frankfurt show last month, and we must say that the claimed stats of the vehicle were outstanding; the emission level is on par with a Toyota Prius. It is also claimed that the SUV can travel for 19 miles independently on electricity. Most excitingly, the powertrain permits the green SUV to get about 62 miles per gallon (per the more lenient European driving cycle) while thrusting the car from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than seven seconds.