BMW iNEXT electric crossover almost ready for premiereJuly 25, 2019
These two prototypes of the ecologically clean Bavarian novelty are very different from those we saw earlier. We are still far from seeing this electric car on the road – it is expected that the car will be available as a 2021 model crossover.
This is what foreign journalists who make “spy” photos of new products from the industry did not expect to find – this is truly a real find. This time, on the tests, two prototypes of the BMW iNEXT Bavarian electric crossover were noticed at once. They differ from each other both in form and in the required marking of an electric vehicle. However, take a closer look, and you will see that these prototypes are not exactly the same as we saw earlier.
In short, these two electric crossovers in camouflage could be test samples of a more powerful version of the future model.
An obvious difference is found in the side windows and body lines. These cars have different racks C and D, and the most rear side windows have a lift similar to that of the mid-size X5 crossover. A close look at the front also reveals some differences. In these prototypes, the entire front has a more pronounced slope. Pointed headlights are also clearly visible, and all this indicates that these prototypes are test vehicles that are already quite close to production.
The back of the observed cars are equipped with flashlights and reflectors that are simply present for testing purposes. Another important fact is that from these images we can get an idea of what size the long-awaited novelty will be, since one of the prototypes is parked under the blue X5 on a car carrier. There are some obvious similarities in design, but the iNEXT looks a bit longer overall with a slightly longer wheelbase.
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