BMW iX xDrive50 launched at Rs 1.40 crore

BMW India expands its electric vehicle lineup with the introduction of the iX xDrive50, a higher-spec variant of the iX, aimed at offering enhanced performance and range. Priced at Rs 1.40 crore, ex-showroom, India, the iX xDrive50 boasts a larger battery, more powerful motors, and subtle design updates compared to the xDrive40 variant.

Upgraded Powertrain:
The iX xDrive50 is equipped with a 111.5kWh battery pack, offering an impressive WLTP-certified range of 635km. This variant features two electric motors, delivering a combined output of 523hp and 765Nm of torque, enabling acceleration from 0 to 100kph in just 4.6 seconds.

Efficient Charging Options:
BMW provides multiple charging options for the iX xDrive50, with the battery capable of charging from 10-80 percent in approximately 35 minutes using a 195kW DC charger. Charging times vary, ranging from 97 minutes with a 50kW DC charger to about 11 hours with an 11kW AC charger.

Subtle Design Enhancements:
While retaining a similar appearance to the xDrive40 variant, the iX xDrive50 features new 22-inch alloy wheels and standard adaptive suspension. Optional extras include 'Laserlight' highlights, a Titanium Bronze exterior finish, and active seat ventilation, adding a touch of luxury and customization to the SUV.

Premium Offering in its Segment:
With the iX xDrive50 variant, BMW positions its large electric SUV as a premium offering in the market, surpassing competitors such as the Mercedes EQE SUV, Jaguar I-Pace, and Audi Q8 e-tron in terms of pricing. Despite being the most expensive among its rivals, the iX xDrive50 sets a new standard for performance and range in the electric SUV segment.

Warranty and Assurance:
Buyers of the BMW iX xDrive50 benefit from a standard 2-year/unlimited km warranty and 5-year roadside assistance. Additionally, the batteries are covered by an 8-year/1.6 lakh km warranty, providing peace of mind and assurance for long-term ownership.

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