BMW’s next concept car is the iNEXT, which they claim will be a full electric self-driving crossover. They also have said that the car will have Level 4 autonomy and there are rumors that suggest that the iNEXT car will be substantially larger than the iX3.
Remember that even in a self-driving car, you are legally required to be able to take over driving at any point. So, make sure you stay alert and be ready to take over in case you need to manually drive this beautiful car. Still, this autonomous self-driving car focuses on the quality of life rather than functionality. It promotes relaxation overexertion.
The real-world range (EPA) of the iNEXT is likely to be around 365 miles as BMW claimed the NEDC range would be about 435 miles of range at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. This is a great number of miles for the car to make.
The iNEXT is similar to the I4 in that it will be based around the next generation of BMW’s eDrive powertrain. After the i4’s release, the X5-sized crossover will release sometime in 2021. Because it is still a concept car, everything is still able to change before the release.