BMW talks about the secret electric crossoverJuly 29, 2020
BMW Corp. is set to launch serial production of the new electric crossover next year.
The aforementioned machine is now known as the iNext. As on Wednesday, July 29, representatives of the German corporation said during the BMW Group Electric Days conference, at present, test concepts of the electric crossover are being released.
Such prototypes are assembled in the strictest secrecy in special, closed for public access, areas of the enterprise of the German company. Before the start of mass production of the new model, the German brand intends to collect about 100 concepts of the upcoming electric vehicle.
As noted in BMW, iNext will be a true “technological top model” of the automaker. For example, the car will acquire an autonomous driving function. But details about the autopilot system have not yet been disclosed.
The German company said that the novelty will be able to travel up to 600 km on a single charge. There is no information about the rest of the technical characteristics of the novelty at the moment. Surely, the crossover’s power reserve will fluctuate depending on the variation.
In all photos, the iNext concept is still hidden under masking film. But already now we can assume that the novelty will repeat the prototype of the same name, the presentation of which took place the year before last. According to BMW representatives, the model will be able to compete with the “luxury sports cars of the brand” in terms of its dimensions.
The BMW lineup is expected to include 12 electric vehicles by 2023.
In addition, the German corporation BMW recently announced M Performance accessories for the 5 Series / M5 2020 sedan. It should be said that accessories are already offered for order in selected BMW showrooms around the world. You can find out their cost from the dealers of the German brand.
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