The design, functionality, and technology of the BMW iX3 have been updated, spicing up everything the BMW EVs stand for without sacrificing the grace and refinement of the standard X3.

The Audi e-tron and the Tesla Model X are well-known all-electric competitors with whom the BMW iX3 can compete.

Although it is the second all electric vehicle produced by German automakers, the BMW iX3 SUV is the first to combine an electric drive with a conventional SUV appearance.

The BMW iX3 is available to anyone who desires a crossover, all-electric, and stylish experience in one vehicle for a starting price of $62,154.

For power on the road, the BMW iX3 includes a flexible charging system and charging kits that include connections and chargers.

Modern electric vehicle technologies combine the traditional appearance in the all-new BMW iX3 2022. The 2022 BMW iX3 meets modern vehicles' demand for a panoramic sunroof.

In comparison to earlier depictions of BMW iX3, the driver assistance in the BMW iX3 is more effective, spontaneous, and intelligent.

The BMW iX3 iDrive infotainment system is controlled via a remarkable see-through rotary knob on the centre console, which is shown on a huge digital dashboard.

iPhone users may now lock and unlock without a key thanks to the technology included in the BMW iX3. The digital key uses NFC technology to permit locking and unlocking

When compared to earlier OEM wheels, the BMW iX3's 19-inch wheels are exceptional. These wheels are 15% lighter because they are composed of premium aluminium materials.

A single electric engine that generates 286 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque and provides a driving range of 285 miles are found below the BMW iX3 along with an 80 kWh battery pack.

Despite having a rear-wheel-drive system, the BMW iX3 handles well in a variety of terrains because to its traction control and adjustable suspension.

Hans Zimmer, an Oscar-winning film composer and sound designer, created the Famous Sounds experience for this iconic BMW iX3.

The BMW iX3 is equipped with a custom 18-speaker, 655 watt surround sound system from Harman Kardon that combines two centre bass speakers and two subwoofers.

A glimpse of BMW's electric future may be seen in the 2023 BMW iX3 SUV, which offers similar space and usefulness to the brand's popular X5.