BMW will reveal two new models the BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer and the new compact BMW Series 1 and highlight the water injection system of the BMW coupe in March 2015 at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show .
Automotive giant BMW will carry out two world premieres at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show. The show will last from 5th to the 15th of March and the two new BMW models to be showcased are BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer and the new compact BMW Series 1. The BMW M4 MotoGP will also lead the show by demonstrating the effective water injection system.
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The BMW series 1 is described as innovative and unique with credible efficiency. About two million of the BMW 1 Series units have already been sold and the new personification with an even more modified figure cuts a striking and sporty aesthetic.
The engine contains supplementary measures premeditated to decrease fuel consumption and offer its customers an environmentally friendly vehicle. The three cylinder engine has an average fuel consumption of only 89g/km and makes the model the king of BMW range.
The BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer is the first model in the premium compact class with an added advantage of more space and can contain up to 7 seven passengers. The impressive amount of accommodations is its unique feature within the versatile and compact design of the vehicle body and the perfect vehicle for families.
In addition there is also a generous luggage compartment. The BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer contains a finely developed turbocharged engine with low fuel consumption of about 6.4 – 3.9 l/100 km that provides outstanding efficiency and the lowest CO2 emissions in the model range.
The boost of power by the water injection system in the BMW M4 Coupe range will once again lead in the 2015 MotoGP season. By this means, the BMW M GmbH’s high-performance coupe will fire a track for innovative technology due to the water injection system specifically produced to boost the engine performance.
The water injection system is an expertise born as a result of years of research in engine to reduce fuel economy and emissions. The automobile guarantees a new individuality in engine performance.
BMW is also offering customers exclusive participation in the 360’ Electric Programme to ensure long term services by the electric cars BMW i3 and BMW i8. Charge now is a component of the 360’ Electric Programme, which features charging and payment facilities in their permanent parking space.
Other components include ParkNow that will feature parking services and the Drive Now that will feature car sharing options in the USA and Europe for 390000 customers. Second-life is another programme in the USA, China and Germany featuring Lithium-ion batteries rom BMW i cars or usage as energy storage devices after their life on road has diminished.
Further attributes of the cars will be revealed at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show that will be held from 5 – 15 March 2015.