BMW’s new iX3 continues to lead the way in electric mobility by using BMW’s fourth-generation eDrive technology.
In addition to sporting prowess, it has exceptional efficiency and long-distance capability with a range of up to 460 km.
South Africans will be able to get their hands on the BMW iX3 in the first quarter of 2022.
A standard feature of the new BMW iX3 is the M Sport package, which includes 20-inch wheels with an M aerodynamic design.
BMW Laserlight LED headlights are an option for those wishing to install adaptive headlights.
A new front apron, a larger kidney grille, and smaller headlamps distinguish the new BMW X5.
A muscular surfacing can be seen at the back. An eye-catching LED backlight with three dimensions. There are BMW I Blue highlights at the front and rear of the vehicle.
As part of the fully digital screen grouping, a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a correspondingly bigger control display have been added.
A new control panel that features the gear selector lever, BMW Controller, Start/Stop button, Driving Experience Control switch, and parking brake is located on the central console.
The digital screen grouping now features a 12.3-inch instrument cluster and matching larger controls.
A newly designed control panel on the central console houses the gear selector lever, BMW Controller, Start/Stop button, and buttons for the Driving Experience Control switch and parking brake.
The new sports seat comes standard with Vernasca leather upholstery and the new Aluminium Rhombicle dark interior trim strips. With BMW I Blue accents, the gear selector lever, Start/Stop button, and steering wheel all stand out.
An electric motor, gearbox, and power electronics are all housed in a single unit for a highly integrated drive system. Output: 210 kW, torque: 400 Nm, space-saving layout in the rear axle subframe.
When power is directed to the rear wheels, acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 6.8 seconds.
Sport seats with new Vernasca leather upholstery and trim strips in the new Aluminum Rhombicle dark colour are standard.
BMW I Blue highlights the gear selector lever, Start/Stop button, and steering wheel.
A high-voltage battery with a gross energy content of 80 kWh. This unit allows fast-charging with direct current (DC) up to 150 kW. Fast charging can extend the range by up to 100 kilometres in 10 minutes.
With a single registration, BMW Charging offers easy and affordable charging across the international network.
BMW i’s holistic approach to sustainability throughout the value chain is well-known. As a result of the design of the electric motor, rare earth metals are not used in the manufacture of the rotor.
For high-voltage batteries, the BMW Group supervises a monitored cobalt and lithium procurement process. Production of battery cells and the car as a whole are powered only by green energy.
“Inspiring” comes in two equipment lines: metallic paintwork, adaptive suspension, automatic tailgate operation, panoramic glass roof, electric seats, sport leather steering wheel, storage package and three-zone automatic climate control with pre-heating and pre-conditioning.
Acoustic glazing, BMW Head-Up Display, Harman Kardon Surround Sound System, and BMW Iconic Sounds Electric are among the features that make the car “impressive.”
An astonishing array of driver assistance systems are included as standard features, such as the Steering and Lane Control Assistant, Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go functionality, automatic Speed Limit Assist and route monitoring.
Parking Assistant with Reversing Assist A Camera and Reversing Assistant are also standard.
It includes cloud-based navigation software BMW Maps, as well as BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant. BMW Connected is also standard with smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as remote software upgrades and other digital services.
This comprehensive update for the BMW iX3 (electric power consumption combined: 18.9-18.5 kWh/100 km, zero CO2 emissions) optimizes the car’s sporting aura and driving pleasure, as well as comfort and the premium character of the interior.
The BMW iX and BMW i4 share close conceptual and technological connections, as evidenced by new design accents derived from the all-electric Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) for the premium midsize class.