All-electric i3 uses 2-cyl. ICE to maintain battery charge.
TURIN – BMW will add a 1.0L 2-cyl. engine to its upcoming range of new modular diesel and gasoline-powered internal combustion engines. The German automaker is preparing to unveil new 3-cyl., 4-cyl. and 6-cyl. powerplants. The lineup is expected to range in size from 0.8L to 3.0L, with maximum power matching what is now available in bigger, heavier V-8 engines. Sources tell WardsAuto one of the earliest applications of the 2-cyl. engine under development is for the ...
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