The newest electric vehicle by BMW, the iX3, will start its production next year. However, its deliveries will not happen at the same time around the world.
The plans include the first release in Europe and then only in North America.
The car from the German automaker presents some exciting specs, such as 250 miles of range with a 75kWh battery, and a 200kW electric motor. The vehicle also features a 150kW DC fast charging.
The vehicle will be produced in China starting in 2020.
Here is some information on the market launch by insideevs:
BMW iX3 market launch info:
- the first BMW based on the new 5th generation drivetrain and on the long-wheelbase X3 – G08 codename
- will be produced for the global market by BMW Brilliance Automotive joint venture in Shenyang, China
- sales to start in 2020 in Europe, then also in China and North America
- at least one of the versions to be sDrive75: Rear-Wheel Drive with 75 kWh battery pack.