The new BMW i5 technology could be incorporated as the hydrogen fuel cell in the new commitment made by the German firm efficient cars. I range of electric and hybrid vehicles from BMW will have new models in the coming years. The new car is being discussed could take the BMW i5 name and bring a somewhat different concept to the employee in the German company now in its hybrid system.
The BMW i5 will be a hybrid car because it will use two types of energy. First the backbone reside in the hydrogen fuel cell a technology that will sure to talk about the future of BMW thanks in part to its technical collaboration agreement with Toyota maker already has for sale Mirai in some countries.
Through the chemical process of reverse electrolysis hydrogen fuel cell BMW i5 generate enough electricity that will go to the battery and hence the engine (or perhaps motors) Electric. With the Tesla Model X the initial focus of that part with his new BMW i5 is to develop an efficient and powerful luxury crossover.
According to the information available to the highway in three or four years and will be ready this promising BMW i5. In terms of design you have many aesthetic features already released by the BMW i8 but yes with a body-on-high and more practical with its five doors.
As new technological standard that will be the BMW i5 no shortage in this hydrogen car headlamps and electric laser lighting and a multi-material construction with a combination of several strong and lightweight materials such as carbon fiber aluminum and the high-strength steel art.
Maximum security is another major premises in the new BMW i5 so no shortage of increasingly complex systems to monitor traffic and detect
pedestrians traffic lights and assistant real-time communication with other vehicles which will stop increasing safety and comfort when driving through urban environments.
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