BMW iNEXT Teaser Image Released – Will Be a Fully-Electric Crossover with Increased Mile Range

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Even if BMW has been planning a fully-electric crossover with impressive mile range for many years, it is just now that the first details about its soon released have emerged at the surface. The first tip is the below teaser image which reveals the futuristic design, along with some info sourced out from a company`s executive.

Besides the new design language and increased mile range, the future BMW iNEXT crossover will become a benchmark in technology, incorporating the latest gadgetries.

Speaking of which, well-known Chairman Harald Kruger has named the iNEXT a “technology flagship”, declaring as well that “For the first time, we are combining all key technology for future mobility in one vehicle. The iNEXT is fully electric, fully connected and also offers highly automated driving.”

There are little known about the future BMW iNEXT, except for a couple of details concerning its body style and mile range characteristics.

According to a report issued by Automotive News magazine, the new electric crossover will be previewed in a concept form and officially revealed in full details at the 2018 Paris Motor Show, this September.

Once going into production in 2021 at BMW`s well-known facility at Dingolfing in Germany, the new iNEXT electric crossover will be offered with a highly-efficient modular battery pack with up to 120 kWh, which means a range of around 700 km on a single charge, which is pretty amazing. The model will also become the company`s first “Gen 5” vehicle, with high-efficient battery pack and plenty of technology onboard.

Positioned right above the new iX3, the new BMW iNEXT full electric is said to be an extremely large crossover with “a distinctive greenhouse with trapezoidal shapes at the B-pillar”, similar to the I Vision Dynamics concept.

Since the subject is too hot, we expect more details to emerge in the upcoming period. Meanwhile, take a peek at the teaser image of the BMW iNEXT and tell us how you imagine it to be!


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