The lithium-ion battery can be fully recharged at a domestic power outlet takes five hours, with an 80% charge after 3.8 hours.
A 100% charge of an empty battery unit at a BMW i Wallbox takes 3.2 hours, with an 80% charge after 2.4 hours.
The Sports Activity Coupe's (SAC) synchronous electric motor transfers drive torque to the rear wheels, while a 1.5-litre combustion engine and 6-speed Steptronic transmission transfers power to the front wheels.
Thus, you get a hybrid-specific four-wheel drive system and total system output is 220hp and maximum torque of 385Nm.
The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is done in 6.8 seconds, and top speed of the new BMW X2 xDrive25e is 195 km/h.
A stylish new front end without fog lights underscores the SAC’s sporty aura.
LED headlights with integrated bad weather light improve visibility in adverse weather conditions.
The bad weather light feature, which is integrated into the standard LED headlights, replaces the previous round fog lights.
Thanks to the space-saving installation of the lithium-ion battery beneath the rear seats, luggage compartment volume is only slightly less vs. conventionally powered model variants of the BMW X2.
When the 40 : 20 : 40 folding seat backs are down, luggage capacity is increased from 410 to up to 1,290 litres.
Standard features include an acoustic pedestrian protection warning as well as 17-inch light alloy wheels, 2-zone automatic climate control and standard air conditioning, which can also be remotely controlled per Smartphone via BMW Connected.
The market launch of the new BMW X2 xDrive25e will be in July 2020.