BMW is developing a super-efficient vehicle that can deliver a fuel economy of 250 km/l.

In a report by BMWBlog, the German automaker is working on a new four-seater vehicle that features around 350 liters of boot space along with a lightweight carbon fiber construction, a drag coefficient of 0.18 and a kerb weight as low as 1200 kg.

Furthermore, BMWBlog stated that the vehicle has a maximum speed of 180 km/h and it is powered by a plug-in hybrid system.

However, the said super-efficient vehicle is reportedly not scheduled for production yet.

Note: Photo shown above is the BMW i3 chassis

Source: BMWBlog