The 2021 BMW 530e is a three-in-one hybrid with luxury and sports sedan qualities. It achieves its versatility through the integration of all these elements to create an efficient, tasty car that’s not only powerful but also fun to drive! With minor exterior tweaks as well as improved infotainment system upgrades for this model year, it remains one of the most popular cars on the market today.
The new BMW 530E is a vehicle of the future with features that cater to your every need. Not only does it offer an electric range up to 31 miles, it also offers a supercharger for quick charging and will even charge from 0% battery life in just 25 minutes!
The 2022 BMW 530e has everything you could ever want or hope for in one car – not only can its electrically powered engine go as far as 31 miles on energy alone without refueling but if you do find yourself running low on juice, this high-tech beast comes equipped with dual chargers enabling fast recharging within around 30 mins. The sleek yet sturdy exterior stands out among other vehicles like the Mercedes GLE400 4Matic Coupe while
For me, BMW’s 5-Series is the perfect fit. Sure I still have the ‘old school’ mentality of preferring Sedans over SAVs but in terms of size, function and – when you get up to the M5 – ferocity, the 5-series has it all. Now they’ve added a PHEV to the range and BMW New Zealand let me check it out. Around 2013/14, the German automaker launched into the EV scene with the i3 and i8. Both looked futuristic and turned heads wherever they went. They fully embraced battery power and showcased what was possible with their vision of the EV and Hybrid worlds. Since then, the brand itself has forged ahead and become leaders in the high-end luxury/environmentally considerate […]
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Review: Electric trade-offs don’t stop BMW 530e from impressing
By Dave McLeod of Tarmac Life For me, BMW’s 5-Series is the perfect fit. Sure I still have the ‘old school’ mentality of preferring Sedans over SAVs but in terms of size, function and – when you get up to the M5 – ferocity, the 5-series has it all.