We got our very first look at a production prototype of the 2022 BMW iNext not too long ago, and it’s going to look far more standard than its concept precursor. However, as new spy shots expose, the interior will look various than most BMWs.
2022 BMW iNext Interior
We’ll begin the overview off with the instrument panel. Although it seems missing some panels, it appears set apart more from the rest of the dash. The majority of BMWs have the gauge cluster under a deep hood that’s well incorporated into the dash. Something unexpected is a lack of center infotainment screen, but that’s most likely due to this being a model and not having all its parts installed yet. The concept suggested a huge screen that would extend towards the traveler side. The dashboard itself is rather low, particularly when compared to the edge of the windscreen. This should offer the iNext an airy sensation not necessarily shared with other BMWs– a standard shifter and guiding wheel cap things off. Remarkably, the guiding wheel bares the iNext name, leading us to think that it will be the final name.
2022 BMW iNext Exterior
As for the beyond the crossover, we get a better take a look at the tail end than we have in the past. The hatchback is round, just as on the concept. What’s particularly unusual about this iNext prototype is the inclusion of exhaust surrounds in the rear bumper. Whatever we’ve heard already suggested, the iNext would be a complete EV, so these must be ridiculous vestigial surrounds, maybe to deceive people who don’t see the “Electric Test Vehicle” signs.
2022 BMW iNext Sale
BMW has said that the iNext will go on sale in 2021, so anticipate it to be a 2022 model year. The company has also guaranteed a range of 372 miles, which will be impressive if it pulls it off. We would not be amazed if it also utilized dual motors for four-wheel drives like in the Audi E-Tron, Jaguar I-Pace, and Tesla Model X. Stay tuned for more information as we inch closer to the crossover’s 2021 release.