BMW released photos and details for the new Concept X5 eDrive, a hybrid variant of the new X5 which will be revealed in world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show, next month.
Under the hood we find a 95-horsepower electric motor alongside a four-cylinder gasoline engine.
Together with a lithium-ion battery pack, the German model can run up to 30 kilometers with zero emissions while fuel economy figures are rated at 3,8 liters/100km or 61,8mpg US.
Since it is a hybrid model, you should expect pretty good CO2 emission figures, the company claiming that the new prototype emits only 90 grams per kilometer.
In order to improve the fuel efficiency, the new BMW Concept X5 eDrive comes with several features such as new wheels, intelligent hybrid and a more aerodynamic shape.
We are pretty sure that the BMW Concept X5 eDrive is designed to preview a production version of the model, therefore, stay tuned for more details as they become available.