Exactly 50 years after its founding, BMW M GmbH is in the midst of a transformation towards electric mobility, which not only preserves the performance characteristics of its models, but at the same time enriches them with new facets.
For example, a multidisciplinary team of developers is currently testing hardware and software solutions designed for future all-electric high-performance cars.
Concept testing focuses on a four-wheel-drive system using four electric motors combined with a highly advanced dynamics control system, for an unprecedented level of performance and experience.
The performance character of the new drive system will also manifest itself in the recovery of braking energy.
Up to the limits of driving dynamics, the four motors can assume the generator function when braking before a bend, for example, and then feed the electricity back into the high-voltage battery.
Long live tomorrow!
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