During the manufacturing of the BMW iX3, the electric motor is produced using recyclable and reusable materials, bypassing the need for rare earth elements, and allowing for a more sustainable approach to reducing global emissions.
Typifying a true BMW, the kidney grille on the BMW iX3 creates a central, eye-capturing element for the front profile. Its partially closed off design, with connected hexagonal grille, is perfectly balanced by contrasting subtle blue details and i designation.
Emphasising its all-electric stance, the striking design of the air inlets in BMW i Blue encapsulate the BMW i legacy and hint towards the sustainability approach of the BMW iX3. These are perfectly formed to sit below the flat Adaptive LED Headlights (or BMW Laserlights, optional) to top off its dominant stance.
STRIKING REAR DESIGN.
Serving as a bold reminder of its electric capabilities, the diffusers in striking blue are complemented by a frozen grey strip on the rear, beneath the tailgate. These elements are perfectly coupled with new, sculpted LED rear lights that underscore the athletic nature of the car.
BMW Group is a founding member of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) promoting sustainable standard amongst its raw material suppliers. Today, BMW Group are already using up to 50% secondary aluminium in selected components, this can especially be seen in the production of the rotor on the BMW iX3.
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