BMW iX3 2021 detailed preview – new electric SUV highlights

Watch out Tesla Model Y? Here are all the details on the new 2021 BMW iX3! This competitor to the Mercedes EQC and Audi e-Tron luxury SUV will arrive in Australia next year, packing an 80kWh battery, 210kW of power, and 400Nm of torque. The iX3’s range is 459 kilometres on the WLTP cycle, and we will be testing that in the real world. But should you buy an iX3 over a Tesla, or instead of a petrol or diesel BMW X3? Is this the EV to buy? To get some first impressions, Tom checks out the new BMW SUV remotely in Sydney. What do you think of the new BMW iX3? Is this enough of an effort by BMW? Were you hoping for longer range? Do you like the styling of the 2021 iX3? What about the conventional interior? Let me know all your thoughts in the comments. By subscribing to Chasing Cars, you make a big difference! Plus, consider hitting the notification bell so that you don’t miss any of our car uploads. Covers the exterior, interior, and engine of the BMW iX3 2021 / 2020 BMW iX3 electric vehicle. READ our detailed Australian coverage of the 2021 BMW iX3 reveal here: http://chasingcars.com.au 0:00 Intro 1:00 In today’s video 1:30 Electric motor and battery 2:56 Charging the iX3 3:15 Regen braking automation 3:53 Exterior design 5:29 Interior 6:05 Hans Zimmer composed noise 6:34 BMW Power of Choice philosophy 7:18 Wrap-up and summary


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