If you always wanted to have a BMW 1 series yet its less eco-friendly features made a serious turn off, things are about to change, with the German car maker announcing some welcomed adjustments on this chapter.
Sources from BMW Group confirmed that a new version of 1 series is currently under construction, the final purpose being the one of diminishing CO2 emissions.
The eco friendly BMW unit will only generate 50 g of CO2 per kilometer, be enhanced with a hybrid propulsion system and have front-wheel-drive. It should be launched together with the new generation and will wear the name of Efficient Dynamics.
Given the positive impact that such an economical car will have on the overall sales of the compact range, we cannot help but predict a bright future for BMW. The guys from Autocar go even further when suggesting that Bavarian Motors might actually be planning a whole range of Efficient Dynamics units, with some other interesting models, apart from the hybrid 1 series.
As you may already know, the European Union is currently forcing all car makers to bring their units to an average emission of 95 g CO2 per km, by 2020. The 50 g of Efficient Dynamics should definitely make a significant success!