THE FIRST BMW iX: PIONEER OF A NEW ERA.

Born from a vision. Created for electric mobility. Thanks to efficient BMW eDrive technology and its fully electric all-wheel drive, the BMW iX achieves an exceptional range and delivers powerful acceleration from a standstill. The intelligent BMW Operating System 8 always keeps itself up to date and can be operated completely intuitively.

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THE BMW iX 516 hp*.

With two powerful electric motors and BMW xDrive electric all-wheel drive, the BMW iX offers outstanding electric performance: 516 hp* propels the BMW iX from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds. The instantly available torque and stepless acceleration from a standstill allow the BMW iX to respond precisely and spontaneously to every movement of the accelerator pedal. At the same time, the SAV exhibits remarkably confident and typically electric handling.

RETHINKING DESIGN WITH THE BMW iX.

Generously proportioned surfaces and characteristic lines give the BMW iX its uniquely monolithic shape. Every detail blends seamlessly into the modern design language and gives the vehicle an appearance of being created from a single mould. The aerodynamic design of the panels was decisive in achieving the outstanding cd value of 0.25, along with specific features, such as the window outline that tapers towards the rear, known as the "Streamflow". For the first time, flush handles and frameless doors appear on a BMW SAV -- revealing its pioneering spirit.

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BMW iX SHY TECH CONCEPT.

The Shy Tech concept focuses on the passengers and allows the modern technology in the BMW iX to blend into the background until needed or explicitly desired. This invisible intelligence can be experienced in many details of the exterior and interior -- such as the kidney grille, which functions as an intelligent surface and houses camera technology, radar functions, state-of-the-art sensor technology and heating elements. Other examples include the invisibly embedded speakers of the audio system and the minimalist button design for the interior.

FRONT DESIGN.

The front of the BMW iX has been reinterpreted in a futuristic style. The vertically aligned BMW kidney grille particularly highlights the progressive apparence of the SAV, in combination with the narrowest twin headlights ever produced by BMW for standard production vehicles. 

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SIDE VIEW.

The generously proportioned rectangular contours around the wheel arches consciously focus attention on the wheels. The flush door handles, the frameless doors and the window outline, known as the "streamflow", that tapers towards the rear are all harmoniously integrated into the apparence. 

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REAR DESIGN.

Large surfaces, the narrowest rear lights of the BMW Group, and a seamlessly integrated tailgate produce a modern presence. The large diffuser elements optimise aerodynamics and, together with the flat underbody, improve range.

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LIVING SPACE ON WHEELS.

The interior of the BMW iX is a unique place to unwind with an architecture inspired by modern interior design. Its elements -- such as the flat dashboard with the large BMW Curved Display and the slim seats -- all resemble pieces of furniture with their high-quality choice of colours and materials. The free-standing floating centre console, the absence of a centre tunnel and the largest Panorama glass roof ever installed in a BMW create an impressive feeling of space that invites you to linger.

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