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BMW Fall 2020 Model Update Focuses On Increased Efficiency
New electrified vehicles join the brand’s growing PHEV lineup.
BMW has just announced a number of upgrades and updates for some of its models as a part of the company’s annual fall update cycle. The improvements for Fall 2020 focus mainly on increased efficiency and reduced emissions but there are also other novelties worth talking about.
First of all, BMW says all its models, in all their versions, now comply with the Euro 6d emissions standards. The 5 Series benefits from the introduction of three additional plug-in hybrid models, the 545e xDrive Sedan, 530e Touring, and 530e xDrive Touring. The first one of them uses a six-cylinder PHEV system, while the 530e models rely on four-cylinder 2.0-liter gasoline units. All in all, the 5 Series now offers a portfolio of five different plug-in hybrid models, for which BMW says is “the largest selection of models with electrified drive” in the segment.
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