Let us talk about the sore point. Yes, the front is oddly shaped, and obviously, it does not need a grill since it is an EV. So why has BMW still opted to keep that design language? Only time will tell if they were right or wrong. Otherwise, the iX looks like any other BMW SUV, so nothing remarkable in that sense. It does come with a brand new interior and new screens and touchpoints. Like I said earlier, this is only a static display, and we should be getting to drive the car soon.
While we are talking about EVs, we have to speak of performance and range. The iX comes with dual motors making it an AWD vehicle. BMW is promising around 500 km of range. The 0-100 sprint is supposed to be done in under 5 seconds, and the price it is expected to reach our region is around AED 320,000. The EV game is afoot.