Friday, January 27, 2012

BMW ActiveE 2012 First Electric Powered Car

One of the German car manufacturers have started a new era in the automotive world, where the manufacturers have started to dump one of its future vehicles into a developed country in the world.
Yes, recently sprung the news that BMW has begun to market the BMW's all-eletric ActiveE for the first time to the United States (U.S.). The first users of the lucky ones driving the couple named Tom and Meredith Moloughney, the BMW and then give the car with the nickname "ActiveE Electronauts first".
BMW is very important to give the car the nickname, because through them the BMW could show to the world that an electric-powered cars are decent and able to be used as a daily car.
Well ... the specifications, the BMW ActiveE uses an electric motor capable of producing 170 hp strong horsepower and torque of 249 Nm. That way, this German-blooded electric sedan capable of racing from 0-100 km / h with a time of under nine seconds, with a maximum speed of 145 km / hour. Even so, the battery could be invited as far as 161 km asphalt.

It's amazing the world's first electric car is


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