BMW has given prices on new SUVs, all electricity, with 2022 BMW IX XDrive50 set to arrive in the US coming next year. Dual-motor SUV EV will have an all-wheel drive as standard and 516 horsepower on the tap, BMW said.
This will be able to be 0-62 mph in 4.6 seconds as a result. For those who think it’s not enough, there will be even stronger versions: BMW IX M60 will have more than 600 horsepower, promising car makers, although there is no special release date for his debut.
For IX XDrive50, BMW expects around 300 miles from a full cost, based on the EPA test cycle. The highest speed will be 124 mph.
For charging, there will be a 11 kW onboard charger for use with a level 2 system at home. With that, said BMW, you see 0-100 percent of the cost in less than 11 hours.
Being moved, there are up to 200 KW DC fast charging. Going from 10 percent to 80-percent will take under 40 minutes, BMW said. In ten minutes, you see up to 90 miles of added reach. BMW partnered with the EVGO charging network, with buyers IX XDrive50 get $ 100 in credit for use, and accessing things like real-time charger status and session control from the SUV companion application.
Outside, it is a familiar form of SUV, even with certain EV details. It’s 195 inches long, 77.4 inches wide, and 66.7 inches height, so it’s approximately long and width like x5. But it’s almost the same as BMW X6. BMW kidney grille has been emptied, hiding sensors such as cameras and radars rather than requested for cooling.
It was flanked by what BMW said was the thinnest headlights ever used in the production model. They are full of standards, with lights running during the day getting a new style and acting as a turn indicator. Instead of opening the hood – because there is no down there that can be managed by the driver – BMW badge opens and serves as an opening of the washing liquid.
Behind, there are more slimline LEDs. BMW also had a fate on the door handle, and the window was also frameless. BMW uses a digital key system – i.e. Your smartphone – to handle closeness locking and unlock. Standard 20-inch wheels.
Inside, there is a more minimalist dashboard with BMW claiming about half the switch and the button as you find in a regular SUV car maker. There is a standard panoramic glass roof with an electrochromatic shade, and options such as Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround System and Head-up display.
There is a choice of leather, non-skin, and microfiber / wool, with optional seat heating, ventilation and massage. Meanwhile, the infotainment system, using BMW IDRIVE 8 on curved anti-reflective glass views: 12.3 inches for driver gauges, and 14.9 inches for multimedia, navigation, and other controls.
The price for 2022 BMW IX XDrive50 will begin at $ 83,200, the car maker said, plus a $ 995 destination. It was before federal or other credit incentives.