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BMW 330e 2019 with XtraBoost celebrates trade fair premiere

BMW 330e 2019 with XtraBoost celebrates trade fair premiere

Already months ago, the new BMW 3 Series G20 celebrated its premiere in Paris, now follows the official trade fair debut for the plug-in hybrid 330e. The first electrified variant of the mid-range sedan celebrates its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019, but remains very cautious and does not put itself in the center – apparently there were other priorities in Munich than a possible extroverted appearance.

So you have to look twice to distinguish the BMW 330e G20 from the ordinary 3 Series. Visible is the second drive only when looking at the front left fender with additional flap and when looking at the tail with 330e lettering. Previously used elements such as e-pillar lettering on the C-pillar, partially blue kidneys or a blue border of the BMW logo in the middle of the rims are obviously a thing of the past.

Our live photos from Geneva show the BMW 330e G20 in a discreetly innocent white, but the performance of the plug-in hybrid is certainly not always innocent – if you're at full throttle, thanks to XtraBoost, you'll be able to enjoy a remarkable 292 bhp at short notice currently officially announced 3 Series with the exception of the M340i xDrive in the shade.

If not the full power is required, the 330e is usually driven only by the electric motor. Its 50 kW (68 hp) continuous power are often sufficient in everyday life and are sufficient in electric mode for a top speed of 140 km / h. With the 184-hp 2.0-liter petrol engine, the 330e has a second power source on board, which contributes the majority of the permanently available system power of 252 hp when needed.

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