BMW Electrifies the X2 Lineup with the All-New iX2: Sleek, Sporty, and Electric

BMW has officially unveiled the first-ever BMW iX2, a significant addition to the X2 lineup, and a remarkable leap forward for the brand’s electric vehicle offerings. This marks the debut of the second-generation model, which now includes an all-electric variant alongside its gasoline and diesel counterparts under the X2 nameplate.

Much like the iX1 introduced last year, the all-new iX2 boasts a coupe-like design and comes to life with a single powertrain variant named the iX2 xDrive30. This model combines a dual-motor all-wheel drive system with a high-voltage battery featuring a usable capacity of 64.8 kilowatt-hours.

The combined power output is an impressive 313 horsepower (230 kilowatts), including a temporary boost function, while torque reaches 364 pound-feet (494 Newton-meters). When fully charged, the iX2 can cover a range between 259 miles (417 kilometers) and 279 miles (449 kilometers), making it even more efficient than the SUV-style iX1, rated at a maximum of 272 miles (438 kilometers) according to the WLTP cycle, at the very least.