El BMW iX, the new technological flagship of the BMW Group, you are ready to start your series production. Its worldwide market launch will take place in November of 2021.
The first Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) conceived as a fully electric vehicle from the start, it offers an interpretation of design, sustainability, emission-free driving pleasure, versatility and luxury based on the use of futuristic tools.
The BMW iX redefines the successful SAV concept with powerful proportions such as the exterior length and width of the car. BMW X5, the height of the BMW X6 and the dimensions of the wheels of the BMW X7.
The BMW iX will be available in two versions: BMW iX xDrive50 with 385 kW / 523 CV and autonomy of up to 630 kilometers y BMW iX xDrive40 with 240 kW / 326 CV and the possibility of covering 425 kilometers on a single charge. The BMW iX M60, meanwhile, it will arrive later with more than 440 kW / 600 CV and even more dynamic all-wheel drive.
The model uses the fifth generation of the BMW eDrive which includes an electric motor, electronic unit and transmission, as well as the latest, highly integrated battery cell technology. The powertrain generates a maximum torque of 765 Nm in the BMW iX xDrive50, which allows you to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4,6 seconds; Y 630 Nm in the BMW iX xDrive40.
You have the option of choosing between the adaptive energy regeneration function or to perform an adjustable regeneration through braking, which increases efficiency and the “one-pedal” feeling, as well as the use of the propulsion function. inertia, depending on the needs and the traffic situation.
Inside they shine two fully digital displays- One with 12,3-inch infotainment and one with the 14,9-inch instrument cluster.
The new way My Modes expands the choice of vehicle settings. Remote software updates and on-demand features keep your vehicle always up-to-date.
The new technology kit for the BMW iX offers extraordinary potential to drive the development of automated driving and parking functions. The new generation of sensors, new software and a powerful computing platform create exceptional intelligence. Five cameras, five radar sensors and 12 ultrasonic sensors monitor the vehicle's surroundings.
It incorporates the set more comprehensive driver assistance systems that have never been fitted as standard on a BMW. Forward Collision Warning now also detects oncoming traffic when turning left (in countries where vehicles travel on the right) and pedestrians and cyclists when turning right. It also has crossing alert with city braking function, while lane departure warning and steering assistants are also available in multiple situations.