BMW has revealed pricing for its plug-in hybrid (PHEV) line-up of cars.
The wave of models, set to arrive in the UK over the next few months, consists of SUVs, saloons and a hatchback.
The latest electrified BMW comes in the form of the X3 xDrive30e. It has an all-electric range of up to 34 miles and a combined fuel economy of 128.4mpg. The version is due to go on sale later this year, it’s priced from £47,565.
The larger X5 xDrive45e uses an electrified powertrain as well – this time with more electric range and power than its predecessor. The SUV can travel 54 miles on electric power alone, while achieving a claimed 235.4mpg. It’s priced from £63,165.
In terms of saloons, there’s the 330e and 530e. Launched in July, the 330e is said to return up to 201.mpg and 37 miles on electricity alone. The 5 Series – the larger sibling to the 3 Series – also has an electrified variant in its range, the 530e. It will hit the market priced from £46,820 and £48,420 for the all-wheel-drive xDrive version.
Last of the bunch is the 225xe Active Tourer – a PHEV version of the 2 Series Active Tourer. The electric range stands at 31 miles and BMW say it’ll do up to 166.2mpg. The model is priced from £35,300.