BMW iX all-electric SUV with 600 km range unveiled
The iX is based on the 5th-gen all-electric platform. It is powered by two electric motors and has a range of 600 km.
BMW has revealed a new all-electric SUV called the iX. It is scheduled to go into production next year.
The BMW iX is based on an all-new aluminium spaceframe and is about the same size as the BMW X5. The design of the car is unlike anything we’ve seen before from BMW, except for the large twin kidney grille that debuted on the new M3 and M4. The conventional twin headlamps have been replaced with slim LED units. Similarly, it has a unique rear fascia with slim LED tail lights.
The futuristic styling continues on the inside. The interior is wrapped in blue and black upholstery. The minimalistic dashboard features a wide dual-screen setup similar to what to get in modern Mercedes models. It houses a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment. The iX gets a unique hexagonal steering wheel.
The BMW iX is powered the fifth generation all-electric platform. It uses two electric motors that have a combined output of 503 BHP. BMW claims that the SUV can do 0-100 km/h in 5 seconds. The battery pack is said to offer a maximum range of 600 km on single charge (WLTP cycle). It can be recharged up to 10% to 80% in 40 minutes using a 200 kW fast charger. Users can top up the range by 120 km within 10 minutes using a fast charger.
The BMW iX will enter production sometime in 2021. It will be built at BMW’s Dingolfing plant in Germany.
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