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      07-14-2020, 04:45 AM   #1
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The concept: The first BMW Sports Activity Vehicle with an all-electric drive system. The drive system: Supreme efficiency leads to top-end range. The design: Proportions of a BMW X model and familiar BMW i accents. Equipment: Comfort, premium ambience and bespoke functionality. BMW Charging: Innovative products and digital services for simple and user-friendly charging.

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• Fully electric mobility celebrates its premiere in a BMW X model – the new BMW iX3 (fuel consumption combined in the NEDC test cycle: 0.0 l/100 km; electric power consumption combined: 17.8 – 17.5 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 0 g/km; fuel consumption combined in the WLTP test cycle: 0.0 l/100 km; electric power consumption combined: 19.5 – 18.5 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 0 g/km). Locally emission-free driving pleasure complements the sporting ability for which BMW is renowned and the comfort, multi‑faceted functionality and spaciousness of the successful BMW X3. Latest stage in the ongoing rollout of the BMW Group’s electrification strategy; technological expertise amassed in the development of BMW I cars utilised for the first time in a purely electrically powered model from the BMW core brand.

• New BMW iX3 will be the brand’s first model to also be produced for export at the Shenyang manufacturing facility in China. Market launch will begin in China later in 2020.

• Strategic “Power of Choice” approach covers broad spread of customer requirements and statutory regulations around the world: BMW X3 is the first model to be available with a petrol or diesel engine, plug-in hybrid drive system or all-electric drive system.

• New BMW iX3 blazes a trail for fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology. Major progress made in terms of power density, operating range, weight, installation space requirement and flexibility. Power density of the electric drive system increased by 30 per cent over the BMW Group’s existing fully electric vehicles; gravimetric energy density of the high-voltage battery at cell level up by 20 per cent. Latest versions of the electric motor, power electronics, charging technology and high-voltage battery (all developed in-house) will also be deployed in the BMW iNEXT and BMW i4 from 2021.

• Efficiency boosted significantly compared with the BMW i3 by highly integrated drive system technology. Electric motor, power electronics and transmission arranged in a central housing for the first time. Fifth-generation BMW eDrive high-voltage battery with the latest battery cell technology and gross energy content of 80 kWh enables operating range of up to 460 kilometres [285 miles] in the statutory new WLTP test cycle (up to 520 kilometres [323 miles] in the NEDC test cycle). BMW Group monitors compliance with environmental and social standards as part of its procurement process for the lithium and cobalt used in battery cells.

• Newly designed fifth-generation BMW eDrive electric motor produces maximum output of 210 kW/286 hp and peak torque of 400 Nm (295 lb-ft). Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h [62 mph] in 6.8 seconds (for purposes of comparison – BMW X3 30i: 6.4 seconds), top speed (electronically limited): 180 km/h [112 mph]. The design principle of a current-excited synchronous motor enables optimised power development and allows engineers to avoid the use of rare earths.

• Scope for varying degrees of recuperation enables choice between pronounced one-pedal feeling with extensive recuperation of braking and coasting energy in driving position B and adaptive recuperation including coasting function in driving position D. Recuperation level can be adjusted through three stages. Adaptive recuperation enhances driving comfort and efficiency by adjusting Brake Energy Regeneration and the coasting function to the driving situation at hand.

• Power transfer to the rear wheels delivers a classical BMW driving experience. Unrivalled combination of low electric power consumption and high charging capacity enables long-distance journeys at high average speeds. Adaptive suspension (fitted as standard) optimises sporting responses and comfort.

• BMW IconicSounds Electric. Newly developed soundscape for electrically powered BMW models makes its debut in the BMW iX3 and adds extra emotional depth to the driving experience. Powerful drive sound available in cars with the equipment line “Impressive”. Unmistakable composition when starting and deactivating the electric drive system developed in collaboration with Hans Zimmer.

• Bespoke charging products and services: BMW Charging Card provides simple and convenient access to currently more than 450,000 public charging points worldwide ; new Flexible Fast Charger (allowing use of different socket types) and high-output Wallboxes now available as options. Individual packages offer the optimum charging solution for every customer need.

• New digital services from BMW Connected Charging in the car and via the app promote user-friendly electric mobility and enhance navigation planning, including recommendations for charging stops. Navigation system factors mid-journey breaks to charge the high-voltage battery (includes detailed information on individual charging points) into route planning and calculation of arrival times.

• Optimised energy storage concept now enables vehicle charging capacity of up to 150 kW at DC fast-charging stations; Recharging from 0 to 80 per cent of the high-voltage battery’s capacity takes 34 minutes, 10-minute charge adds 100 kilometres [62 miles] of range (WLTP). BMW iX3 customers enjoy particularly favourable tariffs at IONITY fast-charging stations with a consumption dependent component of e.g. €0.29 per kWh for Germany)

• Characteristic proportions of a BMW X model combine with model-specific design features. Innovative BMW aerodynamic wheels: 19-inch light-alloy items with new, drag-reducing design fitted as standard.

• Premium interior ambience with model-specific accents. User-friendly, variable-usage cabin with high level of comfort for five people over everyday journeys and longer distances; load capacity can be expanded from 510 litres to as much as 1,560 litres.

• Wide-reaching standard specification (“Inspiring”) includes metallic paintwork, LED headlights, three-zone automatic climate control with pre‑heating and pre-conditioning, automatic tailgate operation, panoramic glass sunroof, Driving Assistant Professional and ambient lighting. Optional equipment line “Impressive” also brings 20-inch light-alloy wheels, acoustic glazing, sport seats, Vernasca leather trim, BMW Head-Up Display, Parking Assistant Plus and Harman Kardon Surround Sound.

• BMW Live Cockpit Professional with BMW Maps cloud-based navigation system and BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant as standard. Smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto preparation, Remote Software Upgrade and digital services from BMW Connected Charging also standard).

• Outstanding environmental credentials thanks to commitment to sustainability throughout the value chain. CO2 impact of the BMW iX3 over its entire lifecycle is significantly less than a BMW X3 xDrive20d; impact reduced by 30 per cent when using electricity from the European energy mix for charging and by around 60 per cent when using exclusively green energy.




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Close to 300 mil range is not to bad for most folks.

A good start for bmw but will have tough competition
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Close to 300 mil range is not to bad for most folks.

A good start for bmw but will have tough competition
Its on the optimistic WLTP cycle though, expect closer to the lower end of 200.
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As had been previously announced, it's not coming to the US. But seriously, in countries where they are both sold, how is it going to compete with the Model Y?
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Wow, what a weak car... BMW has the power to build a better car, but I don't see many objective reasons why you should choose this over the Tesla... It is slower, less hp, no AWD, less range and at the same time €15k more expensive.

The only point speaking for the BMW is the build quality and Tesla is working heavily to get that on par. I do think there are many people that gladly pay the €15k extra for that, but I still think BMW has to rely on upgrades of loyal i3 customers (it's the same price as a Model 3 long range, who would even consider the i3?) and heavy subsidizing to get the sales of these going. At least it seems to be better than the EQC or the e-tron (both of which have laughable sales numbers, although Mercedes claiming better sales in the coming months).

Happy to be proven wrong though.

On a different note: Really like the design! Those blue accents in the rear look sharp

BTW if anyone wants to visualize it, you can configure it on the German BMW website.

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As had been previously announced, it's not coming to the US. But seriously, in countries where they are both sold, how is it going to compete with the Model Y?
I'd say the TMY is no comptetition to the iX3.
But I've owned a TMS and will know. Most people won't.
TMY looks good on paper, but will have lousy build quality and is not a good ride.
The iX3, I'm sure is premium BMW quality and rides well. A different league really.
I feel sorry for those who compare BMWs to Tesla. They obviously haven't tested both of them.
I have.
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Close to 300 mil range is not to bad for most folks.

A good start for bmw but will have tough competition
Sure its a good package ! At least for now ! Miko , as i can see the badge is iX3 , so it translates to electric X3 . What are your thoughts on the future M cars? The electric ones? Do you think they will get the i badge as well ? Are all future electric M cars getting the same i badge in front ? For example iM2 , iM3 etc etc? Thats the logic and the way they are going . That would mean the end of normal M badge alone . Who knows , its just the logic .
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As had been previously announced, it's not coming to the US. But seriously, in countries where they are both sold, how is it going to compete with the Model Y?
I'd say the TMY is no comptetition to the iX3.
But I've owned a TMS and will know. Most people won't.
TMY looks good on paper, but will have lousy build quality and is not a good ride.
The iX3, I'm sure is premium BMW quality and rides well. A different league really.
I feel sorry for those who compare BMWs to Tesla. They obviously haven't tested both of them.
I have.
I have tested a long range model Y my sister in law has. You are absolutely right that the build quality sucks - door panels don't align, sealing is bad all over (water gets into the window and headlight during car wash), car came with minor scratches...

However, the model Y is pretty fast with fantastic tech. The 315 battery range is also industry leading. A lot of storage space too (having a frunk is pretty cool and practical). It doesn't look bad at all with all the blacked out trims although I'm never a fan of coupe SUVs. I would choose it over IX3 for sure as I think range and speed are the two most important factors when you buy an EV.

That said, model Y's handling is not comparable to my M50i and I would never choose it over an m performance or a true m car. I just hope bmw can create an EV that can challenge Tesla with a true BMW pedigree. So far no car maker is able to do that yet (sorry Porsche Taycan).

Let's hope at least ix3 beats the e-tron and EQC.
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One positive thing, for me at least, the iX3 is by far the coolest looking EV. I mean it looks just like an X3 and have the same exact dimensions. Of course there are some small differences. But I don't mind those.

But this is not enough to offset the bad performance and the lack of XDrive. Personally I think this is more a "won't" than "can't". Because we see the same with their X3 PHEV, they could easily pair their electric enigine with with the nicely tuned B48 with 252 hp. Like Audi has done in their Q5 PHEV and Volvo in their XC60 PHEV. Instead they choose to only offer it with the low tuned B48 of 184 hp, like they put in the X3 20i.

Why do they do that. Maybe to protect their MPerfomance line. I don't know.

Still hoping for an iX3 with XDrive and MPerformance (70-100 more hp then the iX3), but won't hold my breath waiting.
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the iX3 is by far the coolest looking EV.
You're joking right?
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A few facts I gathered from a Norwegian website:

- It has 40 litres less boot capacity than the regular X3

- Electronically limited to 180Km/H

- It can tow max 750Kg, the e-Tron and thr EQC can tow over 1800Kg. The Polestar, 1500Kg.

- Produced in China

- 0-80% in 34 mins @ 150KW charger

- Will be sold with 3 different packages, Charged, Charged Plus, Fully Charged, like the i3. No Laser lights in any of the 3. (Add to this that the interior looks really dated by comparison with the new X5, 3,4 series, etc.)

- No AWD yet

So, in my opinion, you gotta be nuts to choose this car over the Audi or the Volvo. I think the Mercedes is a lot more expensive, not sure.

Probably we'll have to wait a year or more before BMW manages to launch a decent competitor for this market segment.

On the other hand, the e-Tron was the most sold el-car here in Norway in 1HCY20. Probably the Polestar will sell very well too.
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- It has 40 litres less boot capacity than the regular X3
Not bad, so around 60L more than the X3 30e with the raised floor.
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why is this not even on the front page??
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why is this not even on the front page??
Lackluster car I guess doesn't deserve front page news. I love how BMW quietly released this amid Bronco, Wrangler, AMG GT news as if they already knew people wouldn't care and would scroll past it, they didn't even put interior photos in the press release!
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Lackluster car I guess doesn't deserve front page news. I love how BMW quietly released this amid Bronco, Wrangler, AMG GT news as if they already knew people wouldn't care and would scroll past it, they didn't even put interior photos in the press release!
i personally love the look, and the range isn't too bad either. I'm just surprised i need to dig into this subforum to find the news/thread
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You're joking right?
No, not at all. But of course looks are very subjective. I just think the X3 is a very nice looking vehicle and better looking then any EV I have seen (and by that I mean pure EV not plug ins, they are considered fossil where I live).

And since the iX3 looks like the X3, it then is the best looking EV for me.

Especially I like how they managed to keep the height of the vehicle, where the I-Pace looks like a crushed F-Pace, ca. 10 cm lower, and the Etron looks like a station wagon (in my opinion), with larger "floor" widthxlength then the Q5, but losing some cm height.

The EQC looks pretty good, still I think the X3 looks better.
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No, not at all. But of course looks are very subjective. I just think the X3 is a very nice looking vehicle and better looking then any EV I have seen (and by that I mean pure EV not plug ins, they are considered fossil where I live).

And since the iX3 looks like the X3, it then is the best looking EV for me.

Especially I like how they managed to keep the height of the vehicle, where the I-Pace looks like a crushed F-Pace, ca. 10 cm lower, and the Etron looks like a station wagon (in my opinion), with larger "floor" widthxlength then the Q5, but losing some cm height.

The EQC looks pretty good, still I think the X3 looks better.
Its a good looking vehicle but I don't see any way shape or form how its cool looking since it just looks like a cookie cutter X3 that I see everyday. Now the Taycan, that's a cool looking EV.
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Its a good looking vehicle but I don't see any way shape or form how its cool looking since it just looks like a cookie cutter X3 that I see everyday. Now the Taycan, that's a cool looking EV.
The Taycan, yeah, thats a completely different car. Difficult to compare a 168 cm tall SUV to a 138 cm tall Sports car. Objectively a sports car looks better, but subjectively it always comes down to personal taste.

Btw I am really looking forward to the EV version of the Macan, that is coming in a couple of years. Very nice looking and I have high hopes that Porsche will not make the same kind of compromises that BMW have done with the iX3.
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Its a good looking vehicle but I don't see any way shape or form how its cool looking since it just looks like a cookie cutter X3 that I see everyday. Now the Taycan, that's a cool looking EV.
The Taycan, yeah, thats a completely different car. Difficult to compare a 168 cm tall SUV to a 138 cm tall Sports car. Objectively a sports car looks better, but subjectively it always comes down to personal taste.

Btw I am really looking forward to the EV version of the Macan, that is coming in a couple of years. Very nice looking and I have high hopes that Porsche will not make the same kind of compromises that BMW have done with the iX3.
Oh yeah, not trying to compare them just thought it was unusual to find the X3 to be cool but then again, suv's are taking over I guess. God help us when kids start hanging posters of SUV's (or EV's) in their bedrooms instead of supercars!
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Oh yeah, not trying to compare them just thought it was unusual to find the X3 to be cool but then again, suv's are taking over I guess. God help us when kids start hanging posters of SUV's (or EV's) in their bedrooms instead of supercars!
I get you. Next time I will write coolest looking EV SUV. Have a good night..
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how come this didn't make front page? it should be big news for a world premiere right?
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