The BMW iX, a fully electric SUV from BMW, has been launched in India with a price tag of Rs 1,15,90,000. (ex-showroom). Euro NCAP has given the all-electric SUV BMW iX a five-star safety certification, which is extremely crucial in any vehicle.
BMW has stated that the car has sold out and that the electric SUV has received a strong response from buyers in India in the first phase of bookings. The BMW iX was unveiled in November 2020 all around the world. The company’s technology flagship offering is the all-new BMW iX electric SUV.
BMW iX Electric Features
While we explore the BMW iX electric SUV, we notice that it has a huge black kidney grille flanked by slim LED headlights with dual-beam looks. It has a double-wishbone suspension in the front and is made of carbon and fiber. Dynamic alloy wheels, black glass, elegant LED taillights, a sporty roof spoiler, and a black bumper with blue highlights, as well as a sloping roof, add to the SUV’s distinctive appearance. Aside from that, it boasts a touchpad-equipped center console, leather seats, and upholstery materials, among other things.
The all-electric SUV comes in two models: xDrive 40 and xDrive 50. It has a fifth-generation all-electric drivetrain with two electric motors. The BMW xDrive 40 is equipped with a 76.6 kWh battery pack that allows electric motors to produce a combined output of 240 kW (322 bhp) and 630 Nm of peak torque. On a single charge, it has a range of 425 kilometers (WLTP cycle).
The BMW iX xDrive50 has a combined output of 375 kW or 503 bhp, with a peak torque of 765 NM and a range of 611 kilometers without recharging. It takes 6.1 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h.