The BMW Active Tourer Concept has been officially presented to the public ahead of its Paris Motor Show debut on the 27th of September.
According to the German based automaker, the BMW Active Tourer Concept is actually a preview of the 1-Series GT, and the model will preview the final production version of the MPV. The BMW Active Tourer Concept is getting LED infused headlights, a prominent front grille, a sporty front fascia, a tailgate mounted spoiler and large 20-inch alloy wheels. BMW says that the Active Tourer Concept is 4,350 mm long, 1,834 mm wide and 1,560 mm tall, riding on a 2,670 mm long wheelbase.
The interior design of the Active Tourer Concept hasn’t been left aside either by BMW and the model is getting a 10.25-inch display, a new generation of the heads-up display, an infotainment system , a panoramic sunroof with the Suspended Particle Device (SPC) which is allowing the drive to choose how much light is entering the cabin, split folding rear seats and much more.
BMW says that the Active Tourer Concept is a plug-in hybrid which is getting a 1.5 liter TwinPower turbo engine and an electric motor, along with a lithium-ion battery. The total output developed is 187 HP (190 PS / 140 kW) and 200 Nm of torque (147 lb-ft) and the model can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/ h in less than 8 seconds, before reaching a top speed of approximately 200 km/h (124 mph). The BMW Active Tourer Concept can run on electricity alone for over 30 km (18.6 miles) and it’s burning an average of 2.5 L/100 km of gasoline (94 mpg US / 113 mpg UK), while emitting 60 g/km of CO2. More details on it will be announced at the Paris Motor Show.