BMW has revealed US pricing for the upcoming iX EUV.
BMW has revealed pricing for the iX xDrive50, the main version of the iX they will sell in the US. The less powerful xDrive40 will not be sold in North America, meanwhile the top-of-the-line M60 will not be available until a few months after the xDrive50 goes on sale stateside.
Powered by a 106.3kWh battery pack, the xDrive50 produces 516 horsepower and can sprint from 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds. Range is very impressive, a targeted 300 miles per charge EPA.
Pricing will start at $83,295 after delivery for the xDrive50. As for the 600bhp+ M60, we currently don’t know but a figure in the region of $100,000 is probable.
The iX comes with BMW’s next-gen infotainment system and 5G connectivity. A host of autonomous features will also be available such as lane keep and adaptive cruise control.
First deliveries in the US are planned for Q1 2022. Those in Europe will get the iX a few months prior, later this year.
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