BMW this morning presented the all-electric 2022 BMW iX, the continuation of the iNext prototype we’d seen previously.
Like a butterfly emerging out of its cocoon, the BMW iNEXT concept, first unveiled in 2018, has been transformed into the 2022 BMW iX, the German automaker’s very first utility vehicle running entirely on electricity; it’s set enter the electric family crossover segment shortly before the end of 2021. This means that the first units of the vehicle will be delivered in Canada in early 2022. While we’ll have to sit tight for a while before its arrival, the manufacturer has provided several details about the newest Beemer.
The SAV concept, redefined
The manufacturer is looking to redefine its Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) concept with its future iX, which we point out is still in development, so not yet a finished product. The exterior dimensions are quite impressive; BMW compares the iX to the X5 in terms of length and width, while the height is more like that of an X6. Oh, and the diameter of the rims is similar to what you get with the current X7. BMW will offer 20-, 21- and 22-inch wheels for its new flagship electric model.
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