Most Viewed Content:

Tesla executives: Model 3 / Y is too good to sell

Martin Viecha, head of investor relations for Tesla, was...

Intel’s 13th generation Core revealed to have cut PCIe 5.0 SSD support

Intel's 12th generation Core released last year not only...

Jim Keller: Innovation is happening, RISC-V will win

In the global market, x86 architecture in the high-performance...

BMW iX1 pure electric crossover models will land only in European and Chinese markets

The pure electric version of the BMW X1, the iX1, will not be launched in the United States, and such crossover models will only be available in the European and Chinese markets.

BMW released the third-generation BMW X1 in June this year, and also released the pure electric version of the X1, the BMW iX1.

The BMW iX1 xDrive 30 is equipped with two motors, capable of 313 horsepower and 494 Nm of torque, and is equipped with a battery pack with a capacity of 64.7kWh. 385,500 RMB), a cheaper FWD version is expected to launch in 2023.

According to reports, both the BMW iX1 and the third-generation X1 are produced at BMW’s Regensburg plant.

At first, many expected the iX1 to be sold in the U.S., as the ICE counterpart has been sold in the U.S. since 2012. However, according to Car Scoops, a BMW executive said “the only model currently planned for the U.S. is the X1 xDrive28i.”

Additionally, BMW Blog recently published a report that killed all hope for US users waiting for the iX1:

“Unfortunately, BMW USA has decided that the iX1 is not needed, as the compact crossover will only be sold here in the combustion engine version.”

A follow-up report further emphasized this point:

“While we launched the regular X1 in the U.S. market, the electric version will remain on the other side of the Atlantic.”

Latest

Sony PSVR2 is not compatible with PSVR1 games

Speaking on the PlayStation Blog podcast, Senior Vice President...

Defying the odds: Apple’s hardware flaws, played out by developers

Apple's launch event was last week, and with it...

ByteDance’s Pico to release new VR headset on September 22

Pico, a subsidiary of ByteDance, has announced that it...
spot_img

Newsletter

Don't miss

Sony PSVR2 is not compatible with PSVR1 games

Speaking on the PlayStation Blog podcast, Senior Vice President...

Defying the odds: Apple’s hardware flaws, played out by developers

Apple's launch event was last week, and with it...

ByteDance’s Pico to release new VR headset on September 22

Pico, a subsidiary of ByteDance, has announced that it...

MIIT accelerates promotion of methanol vehicles for the development of methanol economy

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) released...
Threza Gabriel
Threza Gabrielhttps://www.techgoing.com
TechGoing is a global tech media to brings you the latest technology stories, including smartphones, electric vehicles, smart home devices, gaming, wearable gadgets, and all tech trending.
spot_imgspot_img

Apple plans to expand iPhone 14’s satellite emergency distress feature to more countries

All four iPhone 14 models that just started shipping worldwide have a new satellite emergency distress feature that will launch in the U.S. and...

iPhone 14 Pro Dark Purple vs. Far Peak Blue: Both look premium

It has been nearly a week since the iPhone 14 pre-order, and the first batch of "fruit fans" will receive the first batch of...

Google under antitrust investigation in Indonesia: Forcing developers to use its payment system

Indonesia's antitrust regulator, the Competition Authority (KPPU), reportedly announced today that it has launched an antitrust investigation into Google's Play Store app store for...