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All-electric BMW iX xDrive50 launched at Rs 1.39 crore

BMW launched the iX xDrive50 in India priced at Rs 1.39 crore, ex-showroom. The new all-electric BMW iX xDrive50 will be available at all BMW showrooms and will be sold in India as CBUs. The SUV will be available in Mineral White, Phytonic Blue, Black Sapphire, Aventurine Red and Oxide Grey paint schemes, while Storm Bay Metallic paint is also available as an option.

BMW iX xDrive50: Design and features

The new iX xDrive50 gets the unmistakable BMW kidney grille, while its muscular lines give it a clearly defined appearance. The carmaker also says the electric SUV has "the narrowest headlight ever," while standard 22-inch wheels add to the overall design. Other exterior design features include frameless doors, while customers can custom order the SUV in a Titanium Bronze finish.

The electric SUV features BMW's Laserlight technology with adaptive headlights, while inside, the highlight is the curved glass display that features the infotainment system, certain vehicle functions and the instrument cluster. Other features include a panoramic glass roof, seats with massage functions and more.

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In terms of tech, the SUV gets a HUD, BMW's ConnectedDrive suite, BMW Personal Assistant, electric seats with ventilation, an 18-speaker Harman Kardon system, wireless charging, parking assist, lane keep assist, surround camera, blind spot assist and much more.

BMW iX xDrive50: Battery specifications

The X xDrive50 is powered by a 111.5 kWh battery that produces 516 HP and 765 Nm of torque. The BMW accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds, while the SUV has a WLTP range of 635 km. The BMW iX xDrive50 comes with a 22 kW wall charger that can charge the batteries from 0 to 100 percent in 5.5 hours.

Additionally, the BMW iX xDrive50 supports DC fast charging, which takes 35 minutes to charge the battery from 10 to 80 percent, i.e. approximately 145 kilometers in 10 minutes. With a 5 kW DC charger, the car can be charged from 10 to 80 percent in 97 minutes, while an 11 kW AC charger takes 11 hours to charge the battery from 0 to 100 percent.

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