The BMW iX3 – Photo credits: YouTube
BMW is one of the world’s most popular luxury car brands in Germany. Its models sell in millions of copies, and the brand’s new releases are expected like iPhones. However, the company never really shone with its commitment to the electric car scene. This has given it a false start with its i3 and i8 models.
The BMW iX3 – Photo credits: BMW
After literally announcing to end the production of electric cars, BMW returned a year later with an SUV 100% battery-powered and powered by an electric motor. The BMW iX3 is therefore official and here is what to expect on this model.
BMW iX3: no big design revolution on the menu
As you will undoubtedly be able to notice by watching the sequence proposed below, the BMW iX3 is far from revolutionizing the design of the German. Indeed, the Bavarian giant was unwilling to take any risks.
Simply adding personal touches that set the BMW iX3 apart from its thermal alter-ego, the X3.
We are of course talking about these blue bands that dot the sill, the rear bumper and the lower edges of the illuminated headlights.
Both front and back. And the result is just wow, as usual with BMW.
BMW iX3: what’s beautiful under the hood?
German car requires, we find under this monster of metal the first all-wheel drive coupled to a powertrain assembled in one and the same block.
This is a first in an electric car. As usual, the vehicle’s management elements are scattered on both sides of its chassis.
286 hp on the menu, or 210 kW, all associated with a torque of 400 Nm. Enough to provide a breathtaking acceleration of 4 seconds to reach 0 to 100 km / h.
Finally, note that on the battery side we are entitled, as you can imagine, to an 80 kWh pack. Which gives the BMW iX3 a range of 400 km. This is new.