Recently, amedia filmed a group of BMW’s new electric SUV – iNext production version of the New North test spy photos. According tomedia speculation, the car’s range may reach 750km. If true, it will surpass the Xiaopeng P7 as the world’s longest-running mass-produced electric vehicle. Although the BMW iNext is completely camouflaged, a closer look reveals that it has the same LED headhead design as the i4, and that the recently hot “mega-single kidney” midnet will not be missing, and these new designs will be a representative element of future BMW electrification.
In addition, the BMW iNext uses glass technology that automatically adjusts light and dark. It is reported that this technology can flexibly adjust the transparency of glass, so that the glass has a different degree of light and darkness.
To enable BMW iNEXT to verify the reliability of its design before the official production, BMW has also taken the car to a variety of places around the world for testing in extreme environments.
Previously, BMW has been in the Arctic Circle and South Africa and other places to carry out extreme cold, high temperature testing. The car is currently underclosed testing in Nurburgring.
Powered, the BMW iNext production version features bmw’s fifth-generation eDrive system, which matches the 110 kWh battery pack and has a maximum range of 750km. It is worth mentioning that the new car is scheduled to be mass produced at the Dingeffen plant in Germany in 2021.