The updated BMW iX3 electric SUV announced

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The all-electric BMW iX3 received an update more than a year after its release Production specifications debut in 2020This electric SUV will make its public debut at the 2021 Munich Motor Show, and production will begin at the end of September 2021.

  • The shape conforms to the X3 facelift
  • The all-electric powertrain remains unchanged
  • Publicly unveiled at the 2021 Munich Motor Show

BMW iX3 facelift: styling update

The most obvious styling adjustment to make iX3 consistent with its latest update Combustion Power X3 Brother, Including a larger front grille with a new mesh pattern (it is still obscured), a slimmer headlight cluster, an enlarged lower air intake, a reshaped air curtain, and a new light and bumper design Cleverly remodeled back end. The updated iX3 is also more sporty than before. BMW offers an electric SUV with standard M Sport cosmetic package.

As before, the iX3 is different from the standard X3, with blue decorative elements echoing the electric interior, as well as a customized wheel design.

The cabin has also received similar changes to the updated X3, with blue highlights on the gear selector, start-stop button and 12.3-inch digital dial.

BMW iX3 facelift: powertrain

There are no technological changes, so 74kWh (net) batteries can still provide up to 460 kilometers of WLTP range. It can be charged at speeds up to 150kW and can be charged to 80% of its power in just 34 minutes.

With the 286hp and 400Nm torque of its rear motor, the iX3 accelerates from 0-100kph to a maximum speed of 180kph in 6.8 seconds.

BMW iX3 facelift: launched in India

There is no news about the launch of iX3 in India, although BMW is expected to launch the X3 facelift in India before the end of this year. In addition to standard specifications, BMW also confirmed that it will launch a more performance-focused X3 M40i in India, which may also come with a facelift. There is also an updated X4 on the card.

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