BMW reveals iX all-electric SUV 

Tom Barnard


BMW has revealed a new all electric SUV with a 375 mile range. The new iX is around the same size as an X5 and will go on sale at the end  of 2021.  

BMW describes the iX as a ‘new technology flagship’ bringing together the company’s latest developments in design, automated driving, connectivity and electrification. The ‘eDrive’ technology uses two electric motors, developing 500bhp; enough to power the BMW iX from 0 to 62 mph in under 5.0 seconds, faster than some of BMW’s M-Power performance models. 

At the same time, BMW says the car is very efficient, with a total range of 375 miles from its 100kWh battery. New charging technology will enable DC rapid charging at up to 200 kW if you can find a suitable charger. 

iX is around the same size as the company's existing X5

The batteries fitted in the BMW iX are designed to enable an exceptionally high recycling rate. The power used to produce the battery cells and the high-voltage battery as a whole come from renewable sources. 

The car will be the first all-electric model since the i3 was launched in 2014, but it is expected to kick off a whole new range of EVs from the brand.

There is no news on pricing yet, but the iX is expected to slot in above the e-tron from arch-rivals Audi and the Mercedes EQC but head-t0-head with the Tesla Model X. That means a six-figure starting price.... 

New model will rival Audi e-tron

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