BMW teases iNext initial design concept

BMW teases iNext initial design concept

BMW teases iNext initial design concept

The BMW iNext Concept has been teased ahead of its debut later this year, probably at the 2018 Paris motor show in September.

At BMW's annual shareholders' meeting in Germany on Thursday the company released a teaser image of its future iNext electric vehicle.

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The car-to-be has been presented as the technological flagship of the brand, one that will incorporate all the advancements made in recent years in road mobility.

Harald Krüger, BMW Chairman said during Annual General Meeting that BMW iNEXT Concept will benefit the company and all their brands. We can expect the final design to be similar in size and shape to an X5, in other words a mid-size SUV.

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BMW offered a glimpse of its futuristic self-driving iNext auto as the automaker seeks to gain momentum in the race to overtake rival Mercedes-Benz in luxury sales.

A battery of that capacity should yield a total electric range to the tune of 400 miles, perhaps more. "The iNext is fully electric, fully connected and offers highly automated driving". Level 3 means the vehicle will be able to be driven hands-free under certain highway conditions. BMW has confirmed the iNext will be capable of Level 4 autonomy, but it will not be enabled when it launches due to a lack of regulatory framework surrounding autonomy. Details of the system are largely unknown at this time, but are expected to include new gesture controls for the entertainment and climate control systems. This vehicle will be a pure-electric model that BMW plans to produce at Plant Dingolfing come 2021.

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Previously NV was informed that Audi has carried out final tests of its first electric crossover called the E-Tron. The iNext is scheduled to become available for sale to customers in 2021.

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