Here’s BMW’s electric replacement for the X3—production starts in 2025


CASCAIS, Portugal—BMW is one of the more advanced automakers when it comes to electrification. Its current portfolio of electric vehicles includes the iX and i7, both of which have the edge on the competition in their respective classes—not bad for cars that use an underlying architecture that was designed to be powertrain-agnostic. Engineers, back at the corporate base in Munich, have been hard at work on its next platform, though, which will be just for battery EVs and will debut with next year’s Neue Klasse.

Last year, we saw a preview of what the Neue Klasse sedan should look like

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