At the Nurburgring noticed a new electric car BMW iNextJune 10, 2020
BMW has brought iNext to the Nurburgring test. This is confirmed by spy shots of the model, published on Wednesday, June 10, by Carscoops.
Sales of the new electric car from the German brand will start next year. The novelty is positioned as a competitor to electric vehicles like the Tesla Model Y, Mercedes-Benz EQC, Audi e-tron, Ford Mustang Mach-E and Jaguar I-Pace.
Despite the fact that iNext is covered with camouflage film, you can notice some details, such as smooth headlights, sports bumpers, large wheels, frameless windows and door handles, like the i4 model. The taillights are completely masked, as is the radiator grill, which should be quite dimensional.
Although this time it was not possible to look into the interior of the new model, previous spy photos showed a large rounded screen with which you can control the multimedia system, navigation and climate control.
BMW iNext will receive the fifth generation eDrive system, which will provide power up to 530 hp, and a battery of 80 kW / h. This battery will allow the electric car to travel up to 640 km on a single charge. The novelty will be able to accelerate to 60 miles per hour (96 km / h) in less than 4 seconds.
In addition, it has recently become known that the BMW iX3 electric cross will be produced in China. The first serial samples of the model should go off the assembly line at the end of this summer.
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