BMW efficient dynamics

As reported off the BMW’s official website, “BMW Efficient Dynamics concept is shaping the future of driving by reducing fuel consumption and emission levels without affecting driving pleasure. In the latest BMW vehicles, the future has already arrived”.

The concept of “Efficient Dynamics” was revealed during the Frankfurt motor show in the year 2009. Now, this German production is hoping to be on sale in the year 2013. The car will be one that is rechargeable thanks to its lithium ion battery, and it will also be fully constructed of carbon fibre.

BMW integrates aerodynamics within its vehicles, to enhance its idea of efficient dynamics to reduce the wind blocks against the surface of the vehicle allowing for paths and patterns causing less consumption of gas and power.

This product is a great step into the future as our society is now currently facing the gas crisis. All over the word, the prices for gas have become extremely high, just by looking at a regular gas station in Canada we can say that this is evident.

We are now approaching a new generation of cars that are not only helping the environment due to the reduction of fuel consumption and emission of carbon dioxide, but also bringing the world to an edge and helping the world with the evident gas crisis, therefore encouraging people to use less gas. At the same time we are not losing the prestige of driving an elegant sports car with a creatively designed exterior look yet also not losing its speed and swift.

-Mariam

http://www.bmw.com/com/en/insights/technology/efficient_dynamics/emission_free_driving/overview.html

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