Jaguar I-Pace is already for sale.and is coming soon. What about BMW's first battery-electric SUV, then? Well, it is currently in Sweden that undergoes cold weather testing.
BMW iNext may not be the first to market, but it does not seem to disturb BMW. The company last week published a series of pictures of its camouflaged SUV during winter testing at its test center in Arjeplog, Sweden. It's pretty traditional format, although the massive grid-shaped front edge says it's probably not going too far from thewith one stroke of thrown in mixture.
Cold weather testing is of the utmost importance for electric gears. It not only guarantees that the vehicle can handle all kinds of weather, but the machine must also ensure that the battery can withstand low temperatures without losing its entire range. It also uses this time to fine-tune the steering and brakes. Winter tests are not only on snow ̵
BMW says iNext will enter production in 2021 at its Dingolfing plant. This site is BMW's largest production site in Europe and produces hundreds of thousands of vehicles a year. A workforce of about 18,000 people work to build the 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 series, in addition to some Rolls-Royce bodies and BMW EV components. Fortunately, there is room for at least one model there.