2019 BMW iX3 Redesign, Release date, Price. Just like pretty much all carmakers in these days, Bavarian giant also works in a bunch of new all-electric vehicles. It’s no wonder that new 2019 BMW iX3 had its premiere at the Beijing Motor Show a few months ago.
This model is a new all-electric vehicle that comes from BMW. It is based on a small X3 crossover, but also comes with a bunch of its own design solutions. At the moment, we don’t have information about the launch date, but the next year seems certain.
2019 BMW iX3 Powertrain
The core of the new 2019 BMW iX3 is an all-new electric powertrain. Instead of base X3 models, this one relies on a powerful electric motor, which offers both more efficiency and quieter work. Will we see the same numbers in production models, time will show.
The new 2019 BMW iX3 is largely based on standard X3, just like we’ve mentioned. While someone would think of tweaks that should emphasize car’s electric character, BMW sticks to the philosophy that insists on the same approach that designers have on conventional cars. There is a minimal reshaping, which includes new trim and new design of LED daytime running lights.
At the rear end, you can notice almost identical taillights and other parts of the crossovers. The biggest difference is once again on a bumper, which features body-colored center section and a little bit cleaner lines. Rest of the crossover looks pretty much identical.
The cabin of 2019 BMW iX3 will be pretty much the same as in base X3 model. In practice, this means that the new instrument panel will be showing things like battery state, range, and similar things. Thanks to the new drivetrain and battery design, engineers have managed to save a lot of space, so there is no bigger difference compared to combustion models in this aspect at all.
2019 BMW iX3 Release Date and Price
The 2019 BMW iX3 should come sometime in the next year. When it comes to price, expect a significantly higher tag compared to base gasoline models.
When it comes to electric crossovers, the first model that comes to our mind is Tesla Model X. It is Mercedes EQC, which is a part of the company’s new, all-electric EQ division. It starts at 69.000 dollars, which could be a big drawback, especially if BMW manages to keep the price of its iX3 under 60.000.