BMW vision iNext : an SUV electric very innovative in Los Angeles

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The concept vision iNext foreshadows the future SUV electric high end of the brand, but also reveals some of the technologies that can be embedded on the next models.

In addition to its high-performance sedan M340i, BMW presents at the salon of Los Angeles and its concept vision iNext. The latter prefigures a future SUV high-end electric for the brand and innovates the technologies it uses.

If the supply power of BMW is limited for the time being in the city car BMW i3, it should rapidly expand, with several models planned for the coming years.

The first will be the SUV iX3, which shall be based on the X3 and will be released in 2020, while the sedan, i4 will follow in 2021.

Vision iNext : an SUV electric size X5 the style of The concept car BMW vision iNext does not leave indifferent.

Finally, a SUV, top of the range, close to the BMW X5 by its template, will complete the range this year. The latter is today announced by the amazing concept vision iNext, as BMW has brought to the lounge of Los Angeles.

The brand always provides no technical information on this vehicle. However, we already know that the future production model will have, just like the sedan, i4, electric motors fifth generation, as well as batteries which are very advanced, which will allow him to claim up to 700 km of autonomy.


Interior with a sleek and high-tech

On the other hand, the firm of Munich speaks to us in more detail of the interior of this concept, which is innovative in many aspects. In addition to the design very clean lines of the dashboard and seats, the choice of materials has been the object of particular care, with an assortment of wood and fabric shades hot enough. The rear seat contrast with the rest of the interior, by the shades of blue and the fabric that is used.

This fabric has the characteristic of being able to react like a touch screen and may thus allow the passengers to control certain applications, such as for example the fact of being able to lower or raise the volume of the music. This technology, called Shy Tech, in the future could reduce the number of buttons, or even screens, inside the future BMW models.


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