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The review for 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 750i

Posted on July 07, 2010 in BMW | Write a review

Well for the Hybrid enthusiasts, here the car comes with a bag of goodies, with the unveiling of the new 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 750i. Sometimes it nearly becomes shameful of using the term Hybrid for the cars where essentially it is not making any difference to the environment. The Hybrids just cost you more today so that in the longer run it shows you some benefits. Hybrids and the term luxury cars do not gel well but with new technological inventions it has surely come with numerous options and key elements to term it as a Hybrid luxury. The car is termed as Hybrid when it is equipped with an electric motor and the engine that runs on fossil fuels. The new 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 750i versions come equipped with 455 horsepower, it is one of the quickest hybrids in the world. The new Active Hybrid from BMW has surely got something to offer that is truly a piece of Hybrid.

The new BMW Active Hybrid packs 231 pounds extra as compared to the earlier versions, its gives 20 horsepower more due to its electric motor. The new Active Hybrid come with a sharp twin turbocharged V8 engine that is an healthy option in the Hybrid trims available today. The new 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 750i bring a lot of hybrid features as company to its earlier ActiveHybrid X6 version. The new machine comes with two electric motors and a complicated transmission system. The new 750i is a mild hybrid with simple and straightforward powertrain that dances on your car stop and car start commands. The new BMW comes equipped with a small electric motor between the engine and automatic trThe review for 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 750iansmission system.

The deeper technicalities in the new machine would include an eight speed automatic transmission, triple intercooled direct injected V8 engine and a twin turbocharged engine. The trunk of the new machine accommodates high performance lithium ion battery pack. The standard features of the new 2011 ActiveHybrid 750i comes equipped with features like an electric air conditioning, the good torque levels and an eight cylinder engine. The twin turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine in the new machine functions with the electric motor to fire the technical engines to reach a 60 mph in a matter of 4.7 seconds. It gives a combined 455 horsepower and 515 pound feet of torque. The new 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 750i is truly a hybrid car in all terms.

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