Buying an electric car introduces a whole new world of facts and figures to learn about and compare. To help, we’ve created this handy data card to give you all the crucial pieces of the EV puzzle.
The BMW iX3 is a fully electric version of the brand’s small luxury SUV.
It’s offered as a single, highly specced model in Australia featuring a 210kW/400Nm electric motor, 73.8kWh battery pack, and an official claimed range of 460km.
It’s also equipped with 150kW DC fast charging alongside onboard 11kW AC charging.
Find the full specification of the 2023 BMW iX3 below.
2023 BMW iX3 – data table
|Format||Single motor, rear-wheel drive|
|Max charge speed||150kW DC / 11kW AC|
|Plug type||CCS DC / Type 2 AC|
|Boot space||510L seats up / 1560L seats folded|
The BMW iX3 comes with a portable home charger for emergency use. A wall box unit can be purchased from BMW for around $2000, but installation is extra and depends on your specific set-up.
Approximate charging times – 0–80 per cent
(up to 2.4kW)
(up to 7.7kW)
(up to 11kW)
(up to 50kW DC)
|BMW iX3||73.8kWh||35h||21hr||6hr 40min||1h||20min
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