innogy go! is allowed to use bus lanes

We have tested BMW i3
on the most popular routes in Warsaw.

Check the test results

We checked it – with innogy go! you will reach your target faster during peak hours.

See test results on popular Warsaw routes.
See how much time and money you'll save by driving our BMW i3 through the bus lanes

Electric cars are allowed to use bus lanes in accordance with the Act on Electromobility and alternative fuels.

Rondo Wiatraczna – Dworzec Zachodni

Start: 8.20 o’clock
Distance: 10 km

Duration:
- combustion engine car: 36 min
- innogy go! using bus lanes: 19 min

you save: 17 minutes!

Source: own tests of innogy from 18.03.2019; Warsaw; conducted on a sunny, dry day and in accordance with traffic regulations.

ul. Połczyńska (McDonalds) – Rondo Daszyńskiego

Start: 8.50 o’clock
Distance: 5 km

Duration:
- combustion engine car: 17 min
- innogy go! using bus lanes: 8 min

you save: 9 minutes!

Source: own tests of innogy from 18.03.2019; Warsaw; conducted on a sunny, dry day and in accordance with traffic regulations

Rondo Zesłańców Syberyjskich – Centrum Nauki Kopernik (jazda Al. Jerozolimskimi zjazd na Wisłostardę)

Start: 9.00 o’clock
Distance 5 km

Duration:
- combustion engine car: 24 min 
- innogy go! using bus lanes: 18 min

you save: 6 minutes!

Source: own tests of innogy from 18.03.2019; Warsaw; conducted on a sunny, dry day and in accordance with traffic regulations.

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