The BMW iNEXT will be unveiled on November 11th. Before the launch, let’s take a look at some spy shots taken by foreign media outlet motor1.
Judging from the exterior, the iNEXT’s headlights are very similar in design to the current BMW 7 series, they are long and narrow.
Although the camouflage stickers are thickly pasted, one can still vaguely see the huge kidney grille, with a reserved position for the ADAS sensor in the middle of the grille.
From the information previously exposed, the iNEXT will be equipped with one lidar, five millimeter wave radars, six perception cameras, four surround view cameras and 12 ultrasonic radars, enabling L3 level automated driving.
The interior spy shots seem to be at a very early stage, but some clues can still be seen, such as the dual-screen instrument cluster and central control design, as well as a unique-looking steering wheel with an interactive light band on both sides, which should be a part of the automated driving system. The Start/Stop button is still retained on the central console.
In terms of power, foreign reports indicate that there will be three versions with power outputs of 229 kW, 389 kW and 454 kW, with a WLTP range of up to 600 km.
Let’s look forward to the launch event on November 11th for more information.
I don’t know why, after seeing so many new electric vehicle startups, I am actually looking forward to seeing traditional car companies launch truly impressive products.
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