BMW iX M60


BMW iX M60



$ 95,000


105.2 kWh


575 km


619 HP


18.3 kWh / 100 km


%10-80: 35 minutes

Highlighted Features

  • BMW iX M60 supports fast charging at a rate of 200 kW
  • It has a 105.2-kWh battery pack and up to 357 miles of range.
  • BMW iX M60 can produce 619 horsepower, 0-100 km/h in 3.8 seconds.
  • BMW iX M60 full technical specifications will be announced at the CES 2022 show.
  • BMW iX is being built at the Dingolfing facilitiy in Germany.

Power and Speed

Engine Power

619 HP (455 kW)


0 Nm

Max. Speed

250 km/h

0-100 km/s

3.8 s

Number of Engines

Dual Motor

Driving System


Engine Type

Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor

Battery and Charge


105.2 kWh


575 km (357 miles)

DC Charge Rate

200 kW

AC Charge Rate

11 kW

DC Charge Time

35 minutes

AC Charge Time

11 hours

Urban Consumption


Suburban Consumption


Avg. Consumption

18.3 kWh/100km

Average MPGe




0 kg


0 mm


0 mm


0 mm

Luggage Volume

0 litre

Extra Features

Vehicle Type

Electric SUV

Year of Production


Autonomous Driving

BMW Personal CoPilot

Production Place




About BMW iX M60


BMW iX is the first electric SUV that originally designed as an electric vehicle by the German carmaker. They call it an electric SAV, a term refers to the Sport Activity Vehicle concept. It has three drivetrain options, xDrive 40, xDrive 50, and the sportier version M60. BMW iX comes with an all-wheel drive dual motor system that produce up to 619 horsepower, 765 Nm torque, offers 200 km/h (~124 mph) top speed. There are two battery options for the iX, one with 71 kWh, the other with 105.2 kWh capacity. It can travel up to 630 kilometers (390 miles) on a single charge.

BMW iX is currently being manufactured in Dingolfing, Germany; it will be available to order later in 2021. It will also be the first electric SUV that BMW importing to the United States. Price of the iX will start from €77,300, more powerful, and higher range version xDrive 50 will of course cost more.

BMW iX M60 Performance

Base model BMW iX xDrive 40 comes with two electric motors delivering 326 HP, 630 Nm torque, 0-100 km/h in 6.1 seconds. It has the smallest battery option available for the iX. With its 71-kWh battery, xDrive 40 offers a range of 425 kilometers when battery is full.

The more powerful version, the iX xDrive 50 offers 523 HP, 765 Nm torque and a big 105.2 kWh battery pack. 0-100 km/h acceleration in 4.6 seconds and top speed is the same as base model, electronically limited to 200 km/h.

BMW will also unveil a sporty version of the vehicle called BMW iX M60 which will carry the M Performance badge. M60 will produce more than 600 horsepower and it will go from 0 to 100 km/h in less than four seconds.

BMW iX M60 Design and Features

BMW uses a very different ‘kidney grille’ on this electric vehicle. Fully closed front end wrapped with a unique digital pattern that looks three dimensional. LED headlights are narrower and taillights even slimmer than any other BMW car.

The hood of the iX does not open, so no frunk to see over there. One of the quirkiest features of the car is that front BMW logo can be opened and used to fill up windshield water, as there is no hood area to put necessary stuff like this one.

It is the first BMW SUV that comes with frameless door windows which overall create a sporty vibe around the design. Very uniquely crafted door handles also carry that vibe. When you use Tesla’s or other hidden-type door handles, in order to open the door, you have to push one side and the other side will pop up, and then you hold on to that part to open the door. In the iX, Chinese designer of the vehicle made use of a much simple door handle mechanism. It looks flat, but you don’t have to push or pull thing, just approach your fingers below the slim opening of the handle and the door will open.

On the interior, there is a curved panel sitting beneath the hexagonal shaped steering wheel that houses digital gauge cluster and infotainment system. Screen sizes are 12.3 and 14.9-inches respectively. It sure looks much more technological than the iX’s little brother BMW iX3.

iX also comes with Bowers & Wilkins sound system which packs a total of 30 speakers around the interior. Sound experience is beyond any BMW car available right now, and as all of the engine sounds composed by famous Hans Zimmer, driving the car will be a joy to your ears.

BMW iX M60 Range and Charging

BMW uses two different battery packs for this electric SAV. iX xDrive 40 version has a 71-kWh battery, xDrive 50 and M60 on the other hand will take advantage of a much bigger 105.2-kWh battery pack.

DC charging speed also vary depending on which iX version you get. xDrive 40 supports 150 kW DC charging, 10-80 percent in 31 minutes. xDrive 50 and M60’s DC charging rate will reach up to 200 kW. From 10 percent charge to 80% will take 35 minutes, as they use a bigger battery than the base model.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is BMW iX Fully Electric?

All three versions of the iX are fully electric, no petrol or diesel versions. It has two electric motors, one in the front, the other in the rear axle. It can produce up to 619 horsepower. Thanks to its purely electric drivetrain, the acceleration performance is far better than any high-end combustion engine SUV.

When Will BMW iX M60 Be Available?

BMW has been selling the iX since November 2021. It is available to order in the United States. It is also available in most of the Europe, and China. The performance version of the vehicle BMW iX M60 will be delivered sometime in 2022.

How Much Does BMW iX Cost?

Price of the iX starts at 77,300 euros, The US pricing of the BMW iX xDrive 50 is $84,195. The most expensive version BMW iX M60 will be priced around $95,000.