While the figures haven’t been posted on the government’s website, BMW says the iX xDrive50 will have an EPA range of 324 miles or 521 km equivalent when using 20-inch wheels. The EPA range rating drops to 305 miles (491 km) on 21-inch wheels. Surprisingly, when using 22-inch wheels the EPA’s range rating goes up to 315 miles (507 km).
The BMW iX xDrive50 starts at $83,200 and is equipped with an 111.5 kWh battery. This battery will power a dual motor all-wheel drive system, which produces a combined output of 516 hp (385 kW / 523 PS) and 564 lb-ft (764 Nm) of torque. The BMW iX xDrive50 can accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in 4.4 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 124 mph (200 km/h).
Furthermore, the i4 eDrive40 has an EPA range of 301 miles (484 km) when using 18-inch wheels. The EPA’s range drops to 282 miles (454 km) when using the larger 19-inch wheels.
The BMW i4 M50 has a range of 270 miles (435 km) on 19-inch wheels, but upgrading to 20-inches brings the range down drastically to 227 miles (365 km). That’s almost a 16% drop and reduces the range from good to mediocre.
The BMW i4 eDrive40, priced at $55,400, has an 83.9 kWh battery and an electric motor mounted in the rear of the car. This battery produces 335 hp (250 kW / 340 PS) and 317 lb-ft (429 Nm) of torque. This allows the BMW i4 eDrive40 to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in 5.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 118 mph (190 km/h).
The BMW i4 M50, starts at $65,900 and has a dual-motor powertrain that pumps out a combined 536 hp (400 kW / 543 PS) and 586 lb-ft (794 Nm) of torque. This slashed the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) time to 3.7 seconds, while the top speed rose to 140 mph (225 km/h).