As you already know, BMW is working on a full electric version of the X3. It will be called iX3 and it will be unveiled in a few months.
In order to be ready for their clients and offer a good range, BMW’s future electric and hybrid vehicles are jointly undergoing comprehensive vehicle tests at the winter test centre in Arjeplog – intensive development programme preparing for market launch in 2020 and 2021.
After BMW i3 and i8, the German manufacturer is making an important step towards a full range of electrified cars. During this year Beijing Motor Show, BMW launched the new IX3 Concept. The first model from the BMW brand to be driven purely by electric power will be a fully-fledged Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV).