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After unveiling new electric models, BMW is developing its range with new versions for the i5 and iX2.
Launched hard on the road to electrification, BMW is increasing the number of battery models in its range. The BMW i5 and iX2 have recently seen the light of day, offered with a limited choice of engines. These two electric cars are now gaining new, more accessible variants.
A more dynamic version of the iX1, the BMW iX2 is now available in an eDrive20 version. The battery with a useful capacity of 64.8 kWh powers a 204 hp motor. The power deficit compared to the xDrive30 version is significant, but the autonomy goes up a notch. Above all, it allows you to reduce the bill to €46,900 to benefit from the ecological bonus, and to attack with a LOA offer at €550 per month.
A BMW i5 with four-wheel drive
More upscale, the large BMW i5 takes the opposite path and now offers a second electric motor in its entry-level configuration. Called xDrive40, it offers up to 394 hp for 590 Nm of peak torque. The 81.2 kWh battery does not change, and allows the vehicle to reach the 538 km WLTP range mark, or 44 km less than its eDrive40 propulsion counterpart. In terms of price, you will need to provide a check for €81,600, at the very least.
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