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  • The names with E could be either electric versions of the Project i cars or perhaps electric versions of existing models with "eDrive" (as opposed to sDrive or xDrive) powertrains.

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  • The names with E could be either electric versions of the Project i cars or perhaps electric versions of existing models with "eDrive" (as opposed to sDrive or xDrive) powertrains.

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  • The names with E could be either electric versions of the Project i cars or perhaps electric versions of existing models with "eDrive" (as opposed to sDrive or xDrive) powertrains.

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  • An E1 could be a 1-Series powered by eDrive, for example.

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  • An E1 could be a 1-Series powered by eDrive, for example.

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  • An E1 could be a 1-Series powered by eDrive, for example.

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  • While the vehicle to be presented in Geneva is still equipped with a central motor with a power output of 270 kW and 950 Nm torque, the following version will be produced as a small series with Ruf as a double-motor concept with the innovative integral eDrive.

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  • It is there, perhaps, that they'll also trot out a show pony speedster they call the Vision-Z with eDrive, their idea of "progress of sports cars for the future."

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  • Nm [Wort gelöscht] torque, the following version will be produced as a small series with Ruf as a double-motor concept with the innovative integral eDrive.

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  • A preliminary version of the concept for the innovative eDrive from Siemens will already be on display in Geneva.

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  • Well, the god botherers were ahead of their time weren't they?

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