BMW will introduce a more powerful version of its iX full-electric crossover.
The M Performance-tuned accelerates from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in 3.8 seconds. Its electronically limited maximum speed is 250 kph (155 mph). Its range in the WLTP test cycle is up to 566 km (352 miles).
Its global market launch will begin in June, BMW said in a statement.
True to its performance badge, the iX M60 has a dual-axle air suspension that ensures the ideal vehicle height at any speed and compensates for uneven loading. Special details include blue-painted brake calipers with the M logo.
The iX, previewed as the iNext concept in 2018, is the first BMW based on a new technology toolkit conceived for electric mobility.
The aluminum space-frame body structure is a first for its segment, BMW said. The materials and manufacturing processes increase body rigidity and crash safety while keeping weight low.
BMW's new large kidney grille is featured prominently. Since the electric drive system requires only a small amount of cooling air, the grille is closed off and hides a suite of sensors including cameras and radar required for automated driving features.