The first BMW iX3 EV rolled off the assembly lineOctober 3, 2020
BMW’s first all-electric crossover rolled off the assembly line today.
On October 2, the first all-electric crossover, the BMW iX3 EV, rolled off the assembly line of the BMW-Brilliance Automotive joint venture in China. Production of the model began on September 29th. It is assumed that the production at this particular enterprise will guarantee the absence of defects.
During assembly, factory workers conduct at least 128 mechanical tests and 994 software functionality checks on the crossover batteries. After that, the cars undergo another one and a half hundred functional tests to exclude any defects.
Recall that the premiere of the BMW iX3 EV took place in the summer of 2019. The crossover is equipped with one 282 hp electric motor. and 400 Nm of torque, which transfers all the power to the rear axle. The power reserve of an electric vehicle on a single charge is 460 kilometers. Acceleration from standstill to 100 km / h is 6.8 seconds, and the top speed is electronically limited to 180 km / h.
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