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Published on February 21st, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


BMW X5 eDrive Is Way Greener Than Your Car, To Include Wicked Cool Tech

February 21st, 2014 by  

Well, way greener unless you drive another plug-in electric car. But the fact that a plug-in hybrid electric SUV crushes a Prius in energy efficiency shows you how much better plug-ins are. Aside from all the benefits of a plug-in vehicle, the BMW X5 eDrive (the prototype, at least), comes with some very cool new tech. Check out this Planetsave repost for more details:

This BMW SUV Will Be Greener Than Your Prius, & Has Super Advanced Driving Tech (via Planetsave)

BMW is jumping into the electric vehicle revolution more than almost any other car company. In the past year it has launched two electric car models built electric from the ground up. Unlike many electric cars, the first one—the BMW i3—is genuinely…

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