Electric BMW iNEXT proceeded to polar testsFebruary 6, 2019
The Bavarian concern is preparing to launch a new electric vehicle on the market. The model is currently undergoing road tests under severe cold conditions. The car was spotted in the Swedish city Arjeplog.
BMW iNEXT called the new technological flagship of the German brand. The car may be on sale in 2021, and now the company continues to conduct active road and resource tests. Photospies were able to catch a camouflaged prototype in the Swedish city of Arjeplog near the Arctic Circle.
The future electric car is built on a completely new platform, as well as several unique technological solutions. So, the crossover will receive a unique adaptive suspension, as well as a unique electric all-wheel drive system. As a power unit used twin-engine layout, with a high-voltage electrical system.
The BMW iNEXT series will be based on last year’s Vision iNEXT concept. Details of the car have not yet been disclosed, but company representatives have assured that the crossover will be a technological flagship, combining advanced solutions in the field of electrification, autonomy, safety and also multimedia.
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