COMPARE THE BMW iX xDRIVE50 AND BMW iX xDRIVE40.
BMW iX xDrive50
- More than 600 km* range
- From 0 to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds
- More than 120 km in 10 minutes with fast charging
BMW iX xDrive40
- More than 400 km* range
- From 0 to 100 km/h in little over 6 seconds
- More than 90 km in 10 minutes with fast charging
- BMW iX xDrive50
- BMW iX xDrive40
Exterior design highlights of the BMW iX.
The front of the BMW iX has been reinterpreted in a futuristic style, giving it an expressive presence. The vertically aligned BMW kidney grille particularly highlights the progressive appearance of the SAV, in combination with the narrowest twin headlights ever mass-produced by BMW.
Stunning rectangular contours around the wheels confidently focus attention, reminiscent of the first BMW X models. The flush door handles, the frameless doors and the windows that graphically taper towards the rear, and the "streamflow" are all harmoniously integrated into the appearance, creating a strong sense of modernity.
Large surfaces, the BMW Group's narrowest rear lights, and a seamlessly integrated tailgate ensure a modern presence. The large diffuser elements optimise aerodynamics and, together with the flat underbody, improve range.
Interior design highlights of the BMW iX.
Minimalist interior design.
The interior design is modern and reduced down to the essentials – a focus which can be noted in the displays and controls. As the central control element, the glassy iDrive Controller on the centre console is framed by an elegant control panel made of FSC-certified wood. With its active haptics and touch control capabilities, it replaces conventional buttons for selecting the iDrive menus.
Lounge seats in the rear.
The rear bench seat offers generous space and a relaxed lounge-like atmosphere thanks to the elimination of the centre tunnel and the homogeneous transition of the side seats into the door trim. The rear seats also feature optional seat heating and 3D speakers integrated into the headrests. The rear seat backrest can also be divided into a 40 : 20 : 40 ratio to expand the luggage compartment.
Panorama glass roof.
The full-length, "Sky Lounge" panoramic glass roof creates a generous sense of space and a relaxed lounge atmosphere within the cabin. It can be electrochromatically shaded for more privacy and, since there is no need for an interior headliner, it offers passengers even more headroom with a modern feel.
BMW Curved Display.
The BMW Curved Display, installed for the first time in series production, serves as the central display and control element for the fully digital stage of the BMW iX. The 12.3″ information display merges with the 14.9″ Control Display to form a single display unit and looks like a free-floating picture frame on the instrument panel.