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      12-18-2019, 08:41 AM   #1
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Entering a new era of electric mobility: The efficient drivetrain for the purely electric BMW iX3.

Munich, Germany- December 18, 2019... The BMW iX3, the production of which will commence in 2020, facilitates locally emission-free driving in a novel and efficient form, whilst also being suitable for everyday use. A range of more than 440 km* within the legislative WLTP test cycle will be achieved with a net-battery size of 74 kWh*. The first purely electric Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) is the trailblazer for BMW eDrive technology of the fifth generation, which, starting 2021, will also be deployed in the BMW i4 and the BMW iNEXT. For this purpose, both the drive system and the high-voltage battery unit featuring pioneering battery cell technology have been completely redeveloped. In the BMW iX3, the related advancement ensures brand-typical driving experience combined with outstanding efficiency and a novel balance of weight and range.

The BMW iX3 is yet a further milestone in the consistent realisation of the BMW Group’s electrification strategy. In 2020 the BMW X3 will become the brand’s first model available both with conventional petrol and diesel engines as well as plug-in hybrid and purely electric drive. With this “power of choice” offer, the globally operating company is taking into account the various different requirements and needs of their worldwide customers worldwide as well as maximum effectiveness in the reduction of CO2 emissions. The BMW iX3 is produced for the world market by the joint venture BMW Brilliance Automotive in Shenyang, China.

* = preliminary data

The fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology is the key to future-oriented sustainability for vehicles with electrified drive systems. It is the result of consistent development work within the framework of BMW EfficientDynamics and the experience gained by the BMW Group in the field of electric mobility spanning more than 10 years. All powertrain components used for BMW eDrive technology were developed solely by the BMW Group. Moreover, the electric motor and the high-voltage batteries are produced in corporately owned manufacturing facilities. In this way, the BMW Group ensures it has a decisive influence on the product properties and the quality of each component. Furthermore, the drive unit and the high-voltage battery unit are flexibly scalable in terms of power and energy content and can thus be used in various different vehicle concepts and segments.

EfficientDynamics at its best: New drive component with high efficiency and brand-typical power characteristics.
In the BMW iX3, EfficientDynamics reaches a new level. The vehicle’s fifthgeneration BMW eDrive technology comprises a drive unit in which electric motor, system electronics and transmission are brought together into a central housing. As a result, the required installation space of the drive technology and its weight are considerably reduced. The ratio between motor output and weight of the drive system improves around 30 percent compared to the previous generation.

The electric motor featured in the BMW iX3 delivers a maximum power output of 210 kW/286 hp*. The torque of 400 Nm* allows for high initial acceleration and keeps a high level even at the upper motor speeds because of exclusive BMW design measures.

A further special feature of the electric motor being deployed in the BMW iX3 for the first time is a construction method that eliminates the need for rare earth materials.

The electric motor used in the BMW iX3 transfers power to the rear wheels. This effectuates a further increase in drive system efficiency. Moreover, the range of the BMW iX3 benefits from the drive design conveying the traditional BMW rearwheel drive experience.

High-voltage batteries with significant higher energy density and responsible use of raw materials.
The high-voltage battery unit of the BMW iX3 is integral part of BMW’s fifth eDrive generation and is based on the latest evolution in NMC-811 technology in BMW typical prismatic design. The BMW Group has outstanding development capabilities in this field. This know-how flows into precise specifications with regard to the use of materials and battery design, according to which the battery cells are produced. Consistent research and development work not only raises energy density but also constantly improves all battery cell characteristics, in particular also durability and safety. In total, the BMW high-voltage battery shows the optimum of what is possible nowadays.

At the same time the BMW engineers were able to reduce the share of cobalt contained in the battery by another two thirds. Compared to former technology used by BMW Group, the gravimetric energy density on cell level in the BMW iX3 is around 20 percent higher.

With the BMW iX3 the raw materials Cobalt and Lithium for the first time are purchased by BMW directly and then handed over to the producer of the battery cells.

In addition, scalability and the compact design of the high-voltage battery unit have been further optimised. The battery cells are grouped into modules at specialised BMW production locations and finally assembled as high-voltage battery packs aligned to each model. The high-voltage battery unit in the BMW iX3 is installed in an extremely flat position in the vehicle floor. Thanks to this arrangement, there is no loss of space for passengers and the luggage compartment compared to the conventionally powered versions of the BMW X3.

Greater range thanks to high efficiency rather than a bigger battery
With a net energy content of 74 kWh*, the high-voltage battery unit installed in the BMW iX3 achieves a range of more than 440 km* in the legislative WLTP test cycle. Within its segment, the BMW iX3 boasts not only a unique low power consumption of less than 20 kWh/100km* accordingly to the WLTP test cycle, but also stands for a novel ratio between battery size and range.

Thanks to the favourable efficiency rating of the drive components and the high energy density of the high-voltage battery unit, the BMW iX3 achieves a range that is only possible for common electric vehicles with larger and thus heavier batteries.

Positive environmental impact secured.
The “real” ecological footprint of electric vehicles is sometimes questioned, particularly in markets still having a low percentage of green electricity in the public power grid. At the BMW Group every electrified model has to proof that for the entire cycle, comprising raw material procurement, supply chain, production and usage phase as well as recycling, its CO2 balance is substantially better than the one of a conventionally powered sibling. For the BMW iX3 the related advantage is more than 30 percent compared to a BMW X3 sDrive 20d when average European power supply is used during the car’s usage phase. If the vehicle is charged with green electricity the advantage is around 60 percent.

Furthermore, in analogy with the BMW i3 Plug&Play technology, the high-voltage battery featured in the BMW iX3 is planned for a second life as a stationary battery pack for the period following the first long life in the car. This way the already positive CO2 balance of the BMW iX3 can be further improved.

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      12-18-2019, 08:50 AM   #2
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Would like to see an AWD variant. When would that come?
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This sounds like a rather uninspiring vehicle. For an X3 I would want all AWD and some pep to get excited about an EV.

It doesn't compare favorably to something like a Volvo XC40 recharge that has a motor on each axle and can get to 60 in under five seconds.

However, EVs do better in other markets. In the US people are largely not buying outside of California... at least for non-Teslas.

I won't harp too much on the range, because it has been found that some cars are only tested at 80% battery and others at 100% when it comes to EPA range, but it sounds like it is roughly the same as the version 2 E-tron as far as WLTP which may mean ~225 miles EPA.


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Would like to see an AWD variant. When would that come?
There is nothing on the road map which likely (though not 100% positively) means it will not arrive for this generation of the vehicle. I say this because the G01/G08 LCI is 7/21 and BMW does not usually add new drivetrain configurations after the LCI. Now they did recently add the X1 PHEV (outside North America) after its LCI so it does happen from time to time. Still, I would not hold my breath.

That being said, the i4 and iX (iNEXT) are coming in 2021 with dual-motor AWD models available from the start. So, there is always the chance that the iX3 is a benefactor and gets upgraded at or near the time of their release.
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There is nothing on the road map which likely (though not 100% positively) means it will not arrive for this generation of the vehicle. I say this because the G01/G08 LCI is 7/21 and BMW does not usually add new drivetrain configurations after the LCI. Now they did recently add the X1 PHEV (outside North America) after its LCI so it does happen from time to time. Still, I would not hold my breath.

That being said, the i4 and iX (iNEXT) are coming in 2021 with dual-motor AWD models available from the start. So, there is always the chance that the iX3 is a benefactor and gets upgraded at or near the time of their release.
They need AWD in this model for it to be on anyone's list outside of California in my opinion. The good news is that making an EV AWD is much easier problem to solve than adding AWD to an IC car.

Another question I have: how is BMW this far behind Tesla after having an EV out there for so long (the i3) and taking this much time to come out with the vehicle?!
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This looks to be an extremely useful all electric solution. I am not an SAV/SUV person, I am really waiting for the i4.
I am very happy that BMW is again pursuing and innovating on the EV segment. It is sorely needed.
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Glad to hear progress here. Sadly we needed this from BMW 5 years ago.
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Here in Canada, that is not going to sell, like, at all.
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Any progress towards electric is good progress but sometimes it's hard to defend and understand BMW with their decisions. RWD SUV? What's the point?
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They need AWD in this model for it to be on anyone's list outside of California in my opinion. The good news is that making an EV AWD is much easier problem to solve than adding AWD to an IC car.
Yes, the lack of AWD would by all appearances greatly limit the mass market appeal of this vehicle. I'm sure BMW has modest sales goals (and, frankly, limited production capacity), but the decision to come out of the gate with a RWD-only SUV as their first new EV in years is certainly questionable.

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Another question I have: how is BMW this far behind Tesla after having an EV out there for so long (the i3) and taking this much time to come out with the vehicle?!
This has been discussed to death already. The short answer: BMW leadership had their head in the sand (some of them arguably still do).
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Any progress towards electric is good progress but sometimes it's hard to defend and understand BMW with their decisions. RWD SUV? What's the point?
For some of us in areas with little to no snow, the point is having the ride height, interior room, cargo efficiency, comfort, outward vision of an SUV bodystyle without the added cost of needing to drive two additional wheels that aren't needed. The decision to use the long wheelbase X3 Chinese model body will provide more rear seat legroom for full size adults. This is the perfect set up for me and likely others similarly situated. I would not have wanted it any different. I'm just waiting to see pricing to finalize my choice of first BEV versus Polestar 2 or even the Ford Mach E. MB EQC just got pushed out another year for US distribution.

I also recall when Jeep started adding rear wheel drive models due to demand in the southern half of the country. Sure, some sales will be lost now without AWD but as BMW assessed demand with only RWD versus their initial production capacity, I feel quite confident they developed a solid business case. These will be all over southern California, Las Vegas, Phoenix/Scottsdale, Dallas/Houston, Miami, etc. For the initial launch year or so, versus the production ramp, that may be more than enough. In future years, it won't be hard to add XDrive to the platform as demand and capacity expands.
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This is just pathetic.
I have read the official letter from BMW ensuring that the IX3 is a AWD, now this garbage! It is just a joke, BMW are leaking alot of customers to Porsche and Tesla these days, IX3 is for many the last hope! Now i need to have a plan B...
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For some of us in areas with little to no snow, the point is having the ride height, interior room, cargo efficiency, comfort, outward vision of an SUV bodystyle without the added cost of needing to drive two additional wheels that aren't needed. The decision to use the long wheelbase X3 Chinese model body will provide more rear seat legroom for full size adults. This is the perfect set up for me and likely others similarly situated. I would not have wanted it any different. I'm just waiting to see pricing to finalize my choice of first BEV versus Polestar 2 or even the Ford Mach E. MB EQC just got pushed out another year for US distribution.

I also recall when Jeep started adding rear wheel drive models due to demand in the southern half of the country. Sure, some sales will be lost now without AWD but as BMW assessed demand with only RWD versus their initial production capacity, I feel quite confident they developed a solid business case. These will be all over southern California, Las Vegas, Phoenix/Scottsdale, Dallas/Houston, Miami, etc. For the initial launch year or so, versus the production ramp, that may be more than enough. In future years, it won't be hard to add XDrive to the platform as demand and capacity expands.
I'm sure people buy RWD SUVs - it's why BMW still makes RWD X5/X6's. This is about catering to the majority and offering a product that the general public expects it to be - a RWD SUV is not that. If I'm buying any SUV, I should not have to think if it is RWD or AWD. This needed to be xDrive at launch and then a RWD variant later on if BMW chooses. BMW all but ensured a slow reception. BMW will sell iX3s but whatever the number is, it's almost guaranteed that sales would be much more if it was equipped with xDrive to start.
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I'm sure people buy RWD SUVs - it's why BMW still makes RWD X5/X6's. This is about catering to the majority and offering a product that the general public expects it to be - a RWD SUV is not that. If I'm buying any SUV, I should not have to think if it is RWD or AWD. This needed to be xDrive at launch and then a RWD variant later on if BMW chooses. BMW all but ensured a slow reception. BMW will sell iX3s but whatever the number is, it's almost guaranteed that sales would be much more if it was equipped with xDrive to start.
I understand the frustration at being left out at the start. But, this actually is not about catering to the majority. This is about matching production to capacity for the launch of many new components. From BMW's perspective, assume they have final assembly or component capacity of 25k units for year one globally, 50k for year two globally (hypothetical numbers), and some ramp after that closer to free market demand. If their Sales management team for BMWNA alone, even without BMW Canada, signs up for enough production to account for all available allocations, why would BMW stress the development and launch phase with the complexity of two model variants?

Again, for those in situations different from yours, buying an SUV has long included thinking about rwd vs awd. Those south of the Mason Dixon line have been making that conscious decision for decades and manufacturers have responded with those offerings.
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I'm sure people buy RWD SUVs - it's why BMW still makes RWD X5/X6's. This is about catering to the majority and offering a product that the general public expects it to be - a RWD SUV is not that. If I'm buying any SUV, I should not have to think if it is RWD or AWD. This needed to be xDrive at launch and then a RWD variant later on if BMW chooses. BMW all but ensured a slow reception. BMW will sell iX3s but whatever the number is, it's almost guaranteed that sales would be much more if it was equipped with xDrive to start.
You can't even buy a RWD SAV here.
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You can't even buy a RWD SAV here.
BMW Canada's Sales team knows their local market and signs up for production accordingly!
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Canada, no. U.S. market, yes.
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This is just pathetic.
I have read the official letter from BMW ensuring that the IX3 is a AWD, now this garbage! It is just a joke, BMW are leaking alot of customers to Porsche and Tesla these days, IX3 is for many the last hope! Now i need to have a plan B...
Well... All is not "coming up roses" in Porsche-Land either...

I have a Taycan Turbo S on order (with an actual allocation) and folks are pretty miffed about the 201 mile EPA range on the Taycan Turbo (at least those NOT in denial)...

Its the anticipated quality/performance of the Taycan that is drawing me away from the utility/range of the ModelX. But only barely... Particularly now with the dismal range numbers on the Porsche. Then as you typically charge an EV to only 90% on a nightly basis (to extend battery life), that would bring it down to about 180 miles of "daily" EPA range. (I get 219 "daily" on my ModelX P90D).

My current EV is a ModelX and I also have an i8 Roadster. (I did once own a Chevy Volt and that was also a great car!) My experience is that the EPA Range estimates have always been pretty accurate for all three of my EV/PHEV's.

Yes, BMW is VERY late to the game. Not sure why this is the case as I don't believe its a shortage of technology or talent. I just don't think they recognize the market appropriately.

Just when you think they finally got the range a true EV needs they make a bonehead move and leave out the AWD in a crossover/suv type vehicle.

I was originally looking forward to this car. Not anymore. BMW just fall back off my EV roadmap...


BTW - for those of us still living with the Imperial system:

- 440 KM = 273 MI (WLTP)

- To approximate EPA (US) range from WLTP (Europe): 273 / 1.12 = 244 MI (EPA). https://insideevs.com/features/34323...epa-wltp-nedc/

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RWD X3= doa ‼️
Here in Canada, that is not going to sell, like, at all.
It's the stupidest thing I've ever heard.

A Rear Wheel Drive BMW X3.

X means nothing ‼️

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So you're telling me it's a rear wheel drive SUV with a range of less than 300 miles and less than 300 hp?
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