2021 BMW iX Prototype Two-Up Review

We ride shotgun in the flagship electric SUV ahead of its public release later this year. Should premium rivals be worried?

The first electric-powered BMW production model, the i3, was launched in 2013. So far, it has racked up more than 200,000 sales globally, making the compact, rear-wheel-drive hatchback one of the 10 best-selling electric cars to date.

Yet despite the relative early entry into the electric car ranks, BMW has taken a good seven years to build on the foundations set by the i3.

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