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BMW ha iniziato la fase di test per il futuro SUV Elettrico entry-level: la BMW iX1. Dopo la presentazione della versione ibrida plug-in della nuova X1, la ditta bavarese fa un ulteriore passo avanti e scommette sull’elettrificazione totale di questo modello che verrà rilasciato all’inizio del prossimo decennio. La BMW X1 è stata di recente ristilizzata e fra le tante novità tecniche, abbiamo il debutto della BMW X1 xDrive25e.

Target: 25 veicoli elettrici ed ibridi entro il 2023

I  piani del BMW Group per il prossimo anno 2023 passano attraverso l’introduzione di 25 nuovi modelli tra ibridi plug-in e completamente elettrici . Uno dei nuovi veicoli elettrici che lancerà la compagnia bavarese non sarà né più né meno che la BMW X1. Il produttore scommetterà sull’elettrificazione totale di questo modello. Sarà conosciuto come BMW iX1 ed il suo sviluppo è già in corso.

Nelle foto spia in allegato, la vettura appare come una normale BMW X1, tuttavia, l’enorme cartello su cui è possibile leggere “Electric Test Vehicle” rivela che si tratta di un veicolo elettrico. Ora, c’è un dettaglio piuttosto curioso nella parte posteriore: il terminale di scarico. Non abbiate dubbi: è posticcio.

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Una famiglia di elettriche con poche differenze dai modelli di serie

Esteticamente, non presenterà grandi differenze rispetto alla BMW X1c he possiamo trovare attualmente nei concessionari. La strategia di BMW è quella di integrare questo modello come un’altra versione della gamma X1.

iBMW sta lavorando su numerose auto elettriche come la BMW i4 e la BMW iNEXT . Alcuni modelli che verranno aggiunti all’attuale BMW i3 per creare un’autentica famiglia di veicoli elettrici.

Quando arriverà sul mercato?

È ancora troppo presto per avventurarsi in una data specifica per il lancio della BMW iX1 . Sì, possiamo confermare che accadrà nel prossimo decennio. Prima che la BMW iX3 irrompa sul mercato, un modello il cui sviluppo è molto avanzato, deve fare lo stesso. I primi rumor hanno indicato che la BMW iX3 raggiungerà i concessionari nel 2022.

 

 

Via BMWNews

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5 minuti fa, nucarote scrive:

Sembra che stiano testando anche il restyling della X1.

 

La versione FL della F48 e gia in produzione da pochi giorni.

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15 ore fa, 4200blu scrive:

La X1 BEV non vedremmo piu con questa generazione, sara una cosa per la prossima.

Ah quindi questa è un mulotipo su base X1, ma non sarà sull'attuale. Ok, grazie!

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