True to its roots, However, BMW was keen to emphasise the fact that 'climate protection' can still be fun. As result the assembled crowd of hacks was presented with the twin-turbo V8 BMW X6 Active Hybrid (20 per cent more fuel efficient than the X6 xDrive50i), as well as a hybrid 7-series with the same engine (15 per cent more fuel efficient). BMW also unveiled the new 163hp 320d Efficient Dynamics Edition (a pukka junior sports saloon with a Prius-chasing 109g/km CO2 output).
BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics concept supercar that BMW revealed in pictures a few weeks ago.
You can read all about what BMW calls its 'CO2 champ' by following the link above, but suffice it to say that BMw's vision for the future is as sporty as it is green - this might be a 75mpg car that emits just 99g/km, but its three-cylinder turbodiesel hybrid powertrain is good for 356hp and 0-62mph in just 4.8secs.