BMW iX For Sale

Born from a vision. Created for electric mobility. Thanks to efficient BMW eDrive technology and its fully electric all-wheel drive, the BMW iX achieves an exceptional range and delivers powerful acceleration from a standstill. The intelligent BMW Operating System 8 always keeps itself up to date and can be operated completely intuitively.

UP TO 630 KM* RANGE WITH THE BMW iX With a range up to 630 km* the BMW iX xDrive50 (BMW iX xDrive40: 425 km*) is ideal for both city driving and long distances. Thanks to its highly efficient construction, it has an extremely low energy consumption of not more than 23 kW/h and outstanding aerodynamics with an exceptional cd of 0.25 – a value unrivalled in this vehicle segment. Driving the BMW iX in MyMode Efficient further increases this impressive efficiency.
BMW iX SHY TECH CONCEPT The Shy Tech concept focuses on the passengers and allows the modern technology in the BMW iX to blend into the background until needed or explicitly desired. This invisible intelligence can be experienced in many details of the exterior and interior – such as the kidney grille, which functions as an intelligent surface and houses camera technology, radar functions, state-of-the-art sensor technology and heating elements. Other examples include the invisibly embedded speakers of the audio system and the minimalist button design for the interior.
EXTERIOR Turn up the style volume of the BMW iX with the optional Sport model. The scintillating BMW Aventurin Red Individual Paint finish contrasts against the Black high-gloss on the rear apron, which is coupled with a Titanium Bronze exterior trim. What’s more, athletic details such as the enlarged triangular elements found on the front design ramps up the confidence levels.
INTERIOR Sitting in the new BMW iX feels like the future. A sophisticated and relaxed ambience is peppered with high-tech and luxurious comforts that simply redefine the joy of the journey. Re-engineered seats, including new lounge seats in the rear, feature a beautifully crafted asymmetrical diagonal design with additional contrasting seams. Other stylish elements include the transparent and intelligent centre console, which replaces buttons with sensors and features a iDrive Touch Controller in a high-quality glass optic.
Smartphone Integration Thanks to Apple CarPlay® Preparation and, for the first time, Android Auto, you now connect your smartphone to your BMW wirelessly. Enjoy access to your content through the Central Information Display, the instrument cluster and the optional Head-up Display.


Minimalist interior design.

The interior design is modern and pared down to the essentials - a focus which can be noted in the displays and controls. As the central control element, the glassy iDrive Controller on the centre console is framed by an elegant control panel made of FSC- certified wood.

Lounge seats in the rear.

Thanks to the absence of the central tunnel, the BMW IX offers a spacious lounge atmosphere for the rear passengers. Additional options for the rear seats include heating and 3D loudspeakers integrated into the headrests. The rear seat backrest splits in a 40:20:40 ratio to extend the capacity of the luggage compartment.

Panorama glass roof.

The full-length, "Sky Lounge" panoramic glass roof creates a generous sense of space and a relaxed lounge atmosphere within the cabin. It can be electrochromatically shaded for more privacy and, since there is no need for an interior headliner, it offers passengers even more headroom with a modern feel.

BMW Curved Display.

The BMW Curved Display, installed for the first time in a production vehicle, serves as the central display and control element for the fully digital stage of the BMW iX. The 12.3" information display merges with the 14.9" Control Display to form a single unit and creates the impression of a free-floating picture frame on the instrument panel.



BMW iX xDrive50.
Power in kW:385
Driving Performance 0 – 100 km/h:200
Electric range in km:Up to 630
Energy consumption kWh/100 km:26.6

03.M Performance Performance goes up a notch with the first BMW M550i xDrive Saloon. Boasting the signature ‘N63’ M TwinPower Turbo eight-cylinder petrol engine, it goes from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 seconds. It also has Adaptive M suspension, M Sport differential, exclusive 20” style 668 M alloy wheels with red M Sport brakes, which stands out beautifully against the cerium grey detailing. Add the Harman/Kardon surround sound system, and what else could you want?

Why do the ranges vary?


The respective range of an electric vehicle depends on various factors such as driving style, route conditions, vehicle equipment, weather conditions and payload.

In detail


High average speeds (highway) reduce the range most significantly, while inner-city traffic leads to a higher range due to lower speed and higher recuperation shares (in contrast to vehicles with internal combustion engines). Furthermore, the range is reduced at low temperatures due to heating, and high temperatures with strong air conditioning. Regarding the special features/equipment, the selection of larger tire combinations generally reduces the range (if the aerodynamic disadvantage is not compensated for by a more closed wheel design). The rolling resistance class of tires is also relevant for the range: e.g. the use of a winter tire reduces the range compared to a Label A summer tire.

General range specification and range values in this indicator


In the model selection, the communicated range is based on the WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light-Duty Test Procedure) cycle.
WLTP enables a calculation of the range under prescribed driving conditions. WLTP assumes a defensive driving style with a route mix of city streets, country roads and highways.
The range indicator enables you to estimate the range under your typical driving conditions. The outer circle represents the calculated range value based on linear distances (not the actual street map), while the inner circle shows the calculated value -30% to take the real-life routes into account.  

What are the assumptions underlying the driving style settings?


Setting a "sporty" driving style assumes 100% highway driving with an average speed of approximately 130 km/h and a dynamic overtaking style. The "economical" setting assumes defensive driving on country roads with an average speed of around 80 km/h. Settings in between produce a mixture of both.

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