As expected, they also confirmed that the 2 Series Active Tourer eDrive will be an a four-wheel drive vehicle. Power to the rear wheels will be sent via an electric motor developing 102 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. According to sources, this application offers distinct traction and weight distribution benefits, along with four-wheel torque vectoring.
At the front, the BMW 2 Series Active Hybrid Tourer will run a three-cylinder petrol engine – most likely the new B38 variant with 136 hp.
BMW initially quoted 113mpg and 60g/km CO2 emissions, although these numbers might change for the production car.
0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) is expected to come in under eight seconds.
A lithium ion battery packs offers a zero-emissions EV range of up to 20 miles.