BMW is consistently continuing its model offensive in the field of electric mobility and is presenting another all-electric variant of the new Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) in the premium compact segment. There BMW iX1 eDrive20 (energy consumption combined: 17.2 – 15.4 kWh/100 km according to WLTP; CO2 emissions: 0 g/km, provisional values) enables a particularly attractive and at the same time economical entry into the world of premium electric mobility. The second all-electric variant of the compact SAV is powered by an electric motor with a maximum output of 150 kW/204 hp (with temporary boost) and has a range of between 430 and 475 kilometers (provisional values according to WLTP).
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Expanding its range in premium compact segmentthe BMW Group expands emission-free driving pleasure to broad target groups, thus giving a further boost to the diffusion of electric mobility.
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Like all of the brand’s current electric vehicles, the new BMW iX1 eDrive20 also uses BMW’s current eDrive technology. fifth generation. An integrated drive unit on the front axle of the new basic model generates an instantly available maximum torque of 247 Nm in addition to maximum output of 150 kW/204 hp. The compact SAV accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h in 8.6 seconds. Its top speed is electronically limited to 170 km/h.
The high voltage battery, housed in the vehicle floor to save space, it has a usable energy content of 64.7 kWh. Its high energy density, together with the efficiency of the electric motor, contributes to the car’s favorable energy consumption and ensures an excellent range compared to the competition.
The combined charging unit of the new BMW iX1 eDrive20 enables AC charging with up to 11 kW as standard. This allows you to charge the battery to high voltage from zero to 100% of its capacity in 6.5 hours. Three-phase AC charging with an output of up to 22 kW is available as an option. This reduces the charging time to 3:45 hours. The battery can be charged in direct current with a power of up to 130 kW. The state of charge of the battery can be increased from 10 to 80% in 29 minutes at a fast charging station.
The new BMW iX1 eDrive20 will be available from the start of production in November 2023. Like the BMW iX1 xDrive30 (combined power consumption: 18.1 – 16.8 kWh/100 km according to WLTP; CO2 emissions: 0 g/km) it is manufactured at the BMW Group Plant in Regensburg.