New details have emerged about BMW’s very secretive eco-friendly super sports car. The Z10 ED Eco-Supercar is an alternative engine spin-off of their M1 sports coupe (pictured below) – and will be engineered by the very secretive Technik division at Beamer – responsible for bringing us the Z1 and Z8 vehicles.
The ‘ED’ in BMW Z10 ED stands for Efficient Dynamics – a combination of fuel-saving technology and enhanced performance. We are hoping for something that can still pump out 400 horse power while under the control of a hybrid engine. BMW and Technik are playing around with a 6-cyl turbo charged engine that can work along with a lithium-ion battery. No word on an official pricing, but speculation seems to be around the $113,000 mark. In today’s economy, that might as well be one-million.