BMW pulls the wraps off the new Concept Active Tourer Outdoor, a futuristic prototype which could preview an upcoming production model. The vehicle measures 4,3 meters long, 1,8 meters wide and will be seen in world premiere at the OutDoor Friedrichshafen fair in Germany.
Power is offered by a hybrid powertrain which consists of a 1.5-liter gasoline unit and an electric motor for a total output of 190 horsepower.
Fuel economy figures are rated at 2,5 liters/200km or 94mpg US with CO2 emissions of just 60 g/km. Electricity is stored in a lithium-ion battery pack with a zero-emission range of about 20 – 30 kilometers.
In terms of performance, the 0-100 km/h sprint is possible in less than 8 seconds with a top speed of 200 km/h (hybrid mode).
The exterior benefits from a special Gold Race Orange finish with a sloping bonnet, a prominent front grille and 20-inch alloys. In the back, you will find a bicycle carrier storing capable to transport up to 2 bikes.
The interior is also inspired by the BMW Concept Active Tourer seen few months ago, but gets a step closer to a production model cockpit.