1.) United Kingdom – £91,905
2.) The Netherlands – €107,539
3.) Germany – €98,000

The BMW iX xDrive50 is a culmination of the company’s latest development in the fields of sustainability, electrification, design, connectivity and digital services. The most important facts about this vehicle are that it includes a DC fast charging at up to 195 KW, 105KWh of usable battery, an EPA range of up to 324 miles and a combined output from dual motors of 516 hp and 564 pound feet of torque.

Kicking things off is BMW and its upcoming iX electric “sports activity vehicle.” Originally introduced as a concept EV called the iNext that would compete with the Tesla Model 3, consumers were excited to see an electrified 3 series expected to hit the market priced around $40,000.

Unfortunately for those drivers, the iNext evolved into the luxury crossover iX we see today, which will arrive at a starting MSRP of $82,300 without any taxes or destination fees. Still, the iX promises dual-motor AWD delivering 516 HP, 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds, and 300 miles of range. It can also recoup up to 90 miles of range in just ten minutes of DC fast charging.

The BMW iX xDrive50 is expected to arrive in Europe shortly, followed by the US in March of 2022.