We have very few details on the BMW iNext project. The new EV is set to go on sale in 2021, will have 435 miles of range and self-driving technology. BMW has described the vehicle as its "technology flagship," so expect every last bit of tech the German automaker has to be packed inside. Still, we don't even know what the new model will look like. It could be a sedan, hatchback or crossover. Each seems as equally likely as the other. Well, we will soon see the iNext — at least an early con
The i4 four-door coupe wasn't the only BMW electric vehicle confirmed today. As reported by Auto Express, the 2020 BMW iX3 will also be part of BMW's next-decade "product offensive," confirming what we already suspected about the brand's first full-electric SUV. The increasingly electrifying carmaker plans to offer 25 electrified models by 2025.
We haven't seen a production version.
It could have a range of up to 435 miles.
The focus will be vehicle connectivity and autonomous driving.
BMW will produce an autonomous EV called the iNext early next decade, and it will grow its green vehicle lineup, too, including finally adding the i8 Roadster.