BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time

BMW's flagship electric SUV has been tested under the scorching sun in the sands of South Africa.

The company is about to switch to mass deliveries of electric vehicles, which will begin with the launch of the new iX3 this year. Besides, the BMW i4, an electric concept in the Gran Coupe body, will debut at the GIMS.

BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 2

The BMW iNext will be the company's flagship car when it is officially unveiled in 2021. Now, the car is being actively tested and BMW does not hide this fact, revealing a number of high-quality photos. It seems that the company decided to take their own photos of the car in camouflage wrap, until it was caught on camera by photo spies. The model has already passed active testing at the Nurburgring, has driven all over Miramas’ testing sites in France, has been frozen in the snows of Sweden and is now fighting with the sands of Africa.

BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 3BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 4BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 5BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 6BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 7BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 8BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 9BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 10BMW's Most Mysterious Electric SUV Appears in Photos For the First Time photo 11

The company is working so hard on this model for a reason. There are very high hopes for it and BMW is really trying to produce a world leader. These harsh conditions are also good for testing batteries, electric motors, and cooling systems. Upon completion of all these tests, the BMW iNext will be produced at the Dingolfing factory in Germany in 2021.

Related News

Sign up or log in to post a comment