Product Updates For The New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport

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BMW Malaysia has announced product updates for the New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport, exemplifying the premium automaker’s commitment towards shaping the future of Electrified Mobility in Malaysia and raising the benchmark in Sheer Electric Driving Pleasure.

Hans de Visser, Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia said, “We are thrilled to ring in the new year with the New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport, an electrifying feat reminiscent of January 2022 when we also introduced new BMW i models at NEXTGen Malaysia. This is a testament to our commitment in Electrified Mobility, not only in expanding our product offerings but also infrastructure to accommodate a thriving EV ecosystem. Our efforts to electrify the automotive landscape in Malaysia has always worked in tandem with the government’s agenda for electrification, and we are set to see further developments in this aspect with our many new industry partners as well.”

The New BMW will be equipped with 22-inch BMW Individual aerodynamic wheels 1021 multi-colour with a 3D polished buff and 17-inch brake calipers in Blue. Arriving as standard in the New car is also the BMW Iconic Sounds Electric that creates a premium immersive atmosphere, demonstrating the immediate connection between sound and vehicle. 

The expanded exterior mirror package will continue to equip the all-electric SAV. The luxurious design language extends into the cabin of the vehicle, as the Interior Design Atelier elegantly lines the cabin as standard, complemented by the central console and central armrest in Sensatec. Inside, the BMW Live Cockpit Professional is ever-ready to welcome its driver, along with a curved 12.3-inch instrument display and 14.9-inch central display fitted as standard. Comfort and convenience come in the form of multifunctional seats for the driver and it is further elevated with storage for wireless charging and automatic air conditioning with 4-zone control. Onboard entertainment is also provided via the Harman Kardon surround sound system for the New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport.

The BMW iX xDrive50 Sport c

The New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport combines fully electric driving pleasure, sportiness, complemented by a long range and outstanding efficiency. The all electric vehicle has an output of 385kW/523hp, accelerating from 0 to 100km/h in only 4.6 seconds. With a maximum torque of 765 Nm and an electronically limited top speed of 200 km/h, the all-electric SAV is powered by a battery which packs a large capacity of 111.5kWh, allowing for a range of up to 630 kilometres (WLTP) per charge. 

Arriving with the Flexible Charger Cable Mode 2 and Fast Charging Cable Mode 3, the New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport can be charged from 0 to 80% in 35 minutes with the use of a DC Fast Charger, and 0 to 100% in 10 hours and 45 minutes with an 11kW AC Wallbox Charger. Owners of the New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport will also be able to enjoy charging access at over 610 charging facilities nationwide, powered by major local EV charging providers who are in partnership with BMW Group Malaysia.

Also standard to the all-electric SAV are the Intelligent Emergency Call, Teleservices, ConnectedDrive Services, Connected Package Professional, BMW Natural Interaction and Active Protection via the high-resolution BMW Live Cockpit Professional.  In terms of assistance, the New BMW Sport features the Driving Assistant Professional, Parking Assistant and new cruise control with braking function. 

Standard exterior colour options for the New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport include the Mineral White, Alpine White Metallic, Black Sapphire Metallic, Sophisto Grey Metallic with Brilliant Effect, Phytonic Blue Metallic, and Blue Ridge Mountain Metallic. Two new colours are also available with an additional charge of RM6,200, namely the Individual Storm Bay Metallic and Aventurine Red Metallic. Inside, owners may choose between Interior Design Atelier in Mocha or Black, or opt for the Interior Design Suite in Amido or Castanea for an additional RM17,300.

Image The New BMW iX xDrive50 Sport

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