Each BMW Plug-in Hybrid delivers remarkable levels of eDrive performance, seamless connectivity and luxurious comforts- just as you would expect of a BMW model. Providing the best of both worlds, the BMW PHEV range ensures an exceptional pure electric driving range with the flexibility of a combustion engine. From family cars and X models to sporty saloons, BMW offer the ultimate range of plug-in hybrids to suit you and your lifestyle.
Plus, now with any BMW Plug-in Hybrid purchase (excluding BMW i3 and i8) you will receive a complimentary BP Chargemaster Homecharge Unit* which can be supplied and fully installed at your home meaning you can take advantage of fast charging and cost saving benefits.
A plug-in hybrid vehicle combines both a combustion engine and electric motor that can be recharged via a cable. Both have the ability to drive the vehicle independently or together
How does a plug-in hybrid work?
Plug-in Hybrid vehicles intelligently interplay between both the petrol engine and electric motor. This enables fuel saving, lower exhaust emissions and of course pure BMW driving pleasure.
On shorter journeys and ones of up to 30mph, a BMW plug-in hybrid generally runs on pure electric power, such as in city streets. For maximum efficiency when setting out on a longer journey or when rapidly accelerating, it uses the combined power of the electric motor and combustion engine. If the battery which powers the electric motor has no charge, the plug-in hybrid will drive using only the combustion engine.
The BMW i Wallbox Connect can charge your BMW Plug-in Hybrid up to 80% capacity in approximately 3-5 hours.
This is 70% faster than the conventional 3-pin socket charging option.
Charging on the go is easy across the thousands of charging stations across Scotland.
All new BMW Plug-in Hybrids come with 2 cables; a standard BMW charging cable which can be used in any conventional 3-pin socket
and BMW AC Fast Charging Cable (type 2).
*These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. Figures shown are for comparability purposes. Only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. Plug in hybrid vehicles require mains electricity for charging.