The iX3 will also be compatible with 150 kW fast charging. From a design point of view, the Concept iX3 heavily borrows from the regular X3 and thoroughly incorporates electric car styling features.
The charging port sits behind the left side front wheel arch, while fresh side skirts and a new rear bumper that’s eye-catching, both sporting trademark BMW blue accents. It rides on a set of bespoke, lightweight wheels, which BMW says have been designed to be as aero-efficient as possible.
BMW has actually hinted that a lot of its cars will take up this kind of architecture which borrows from existing features and then make electrified series models. In some sense, this will enhance continuous and faster production of its EVs.
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