BMW has revealed what is believed to be its first mass-produced electric SUV, the Concept iX3.
The Concept iX3 represents the fifth-generation of BMW’s eDrive technology and from the photos, it looks close to being production ready.
In concept form, the iX3 gets power from a 200kW electric motor which has a claimed range of 400km on the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP).
A full list of technical specifications hasn’t been released, however, the Concept iX3 can utilise fast-charging stations generating up to 150kW to charge the car in 30 mins.
Identifying features of the BMW Concept iX3 include a closed-off BMW kidney grille, BMW i Blue accents around the kidney, around the brand logo and a diffuser element. It’s unlikely to be mistaken for anything other than a bimmer.
No doubt more information will come to light as the car is readied for production.
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