페이지 정보작성자 Cars Overview 작성일21-02-20 00:00 조회3회 댓글0건
The-New 2022 BMW iX Luxury Electric SUV https://youtu.be/_tmVPzIFAGQ
Based on the Vision iNext concept that BMW showed back in fall 2018, the production 2022 iX will be the brand's first all-electric compact SUV—and it's shaping up to be mighty compelling. BMW says the iX should go on sale in early 2022 and offer an electric driving range of at about 300 miles per charge. Two electric motors provide full-time all-wheel drive, and carbon-fiber reinforced plastic body panels help save weight. The iX's cabin appears to be quite spacious with plenty of modern technology features on display, including a slick curved digital instrument panel screen. When the iX reaches U.S. dealerships, it will find itself competing with rivals such as the Audi e-tron, the Mercedes-Benz EQC, the Tesla Model X, and the upcoming Rivian R1S.
BMW has not released any information about the iX's available trim levels, nor has it confirmed any standard or optional features. When we find out more about how the iX will be equipped, we'll update this story with details.
BMW's i4 sedan, which is expected to go on sale in 2021, is said to carry an 80.0-kWh battery pack, which may be the same unit destined for the iX. DC fast charging capability will be standard and is said to be able to juice the iX's battery with enough electrons to provide 75 miles of driving range in just 10 minutes. BMW has partnered with EVgo to provide a network of public charging stations for iX drivers.
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