BMW introduced the production version of the electric BMW iX3March 5, 2020
As part of an online presentation, the Bavarian automaker presented several of its new products, among which was the all-electric version of the BMW X3 crossover, which received the prefix “i” in the name.
Among the models presented by the company were the first electric Mini, an electrified version of the BMW iX3, a hybrid compact crossover BMW X1, a plug-in hybrid version of the BMW 3-Series sedan, and the long-awaited BMW Concept i4.
BMW has announced the first all-electric model that it adds to its range with the iX3 concept, which was unveiled at the Auto China 2018 Auto Show in Beijing. It is known that the model will be oriented to the Chinese market.
Now we already know that the car will be built in China, and then sent to other markets. The technical characteristics of the electric crossover also became known, so the only thing that remained a mystery was the appearance of the new product. Well, its final appearance was demonstrated in the photograph presented during the presentation of the Concept i4. And it seems that the serial version of the iX3 will not differ much from the concept. The only significant change is the grille, which looks more familiar and closer to the rest of the X3 line.
The iX3 is expected to make its debut by the end of 2020, but since it will be built in China, it is likely to reach European markets only in 2021. It is expected that its cost will be about 70 thousand euros.
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