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24 Jun 2021
Thailand is the first Southeast Asian market to open the sale of the BMW iX electric car in limited quantities.
After launching in early June, the BMW iX has landed in the Thai market. This is also the first Southeast Asian country to open the sale of this electric vehicle. Despite its significantly cheaper price, the BMW iX is superior in power and range to its compatriot.
There are no details about the iX’s equipment for the Thai market, but the electric model promises to be equipped at a good level to match the high price. In addition, the first batch of sales will be equipped with a Sport package that adds more aggressive front and rear bumpers to the car.
Built on a specialized aluminum frame structure with carbon panels for increased strength and reduced weight, the iX is an SUV the same size as the X5 with a polarizing, sporty design. The front end features a large dual kidney grille. The headlights and taillights are delicately thinned. The front and rear bumpers are squarely stamped with a sturdy feel.
Inside the BMW iX interior drill is somewhat minimalist with a square steering wheel and curved screen running on BMW 8 operating system. The system allows to minimize the number of buttons and physical work, focusing all control operations. including touch screen climate control. BMW claims a low drag coefficient of 0.25 and an improved range of 65km thanks to various aerodynamic factors.
BMW’s electric SUV is equipped with dual electric motors for a total capacity of 523 horsepower and 765 Nm of torque for all 4 wheels. Acceleration from 0-100km/h in 4.6 seconds. Top speed of iX at 200km/h. Finally, with a 105.2kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the iX has a range of up to 630km.
The iX xDrive 50 version takes 11 hours to fully charge using an 11kW AC home charger. When fast charging is required, the iX takes only 35 minutes to fully charge from 10 to 80% using a DC 200kW fast charger. 10 minutes of charging is enough for the car to travel a distance of up to 150km.
BMW Thailand is also offering a number of attractive incentives for pioneer customers to order the iX including a free home charging box for installation, one year of free BMW Protect insurance and a four-year unlimited warranty. mileage.
The car only sells 20 units of the most advanced version xDrive50 Sport. The selling price for this version is currently 5,999,000 baht, equivalent to more than 4.4 billion. To compete with rival Audi E-Tron 55 Quattro launched earlier in Thailand, currently has a list price of 5,099,000 baht, equivalent to more than 3.7 billion.
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