BMW has introduced the new model IX Flow of the recently launched IX electric SUV. With the technology found in it, the color of the car can be changed by pressing a button.
- This electric SUV changes colors
- Features found in BMW’s IX Flow
- Color changes according to temperature
New Delhi: BMW Group has introduced IX Flow on 5th January which changes its color with the push of a button. Along with this, electrophoretic technology has been given in which the color of the car can be changed from black to white or mixed, apart from this the graphics on the body of this car can also be changed in white color. The new IX Flow is based on the 2021 IX electric SUV recently introduced by BMW. According to the temperature, the color of this car also becomes lighter, due to which the heat rising in the cabin can be reduced a lot.
- There is a cover mounted on this electric SUV
BMW is working with a company called E-Ink, which started in 1997, for vehicle applications. This company provides Kindle readers and commercial display technology for brands like Sony and Amazon. The e-ink key application for BMW works on a cover that is mounted on the electric SUV. The cover has a variety of pigments that change colors. BMW Group Head of Design, Adrian van Hooydoken, has named this car color changing technology IX Flow. However, whether it will be produced or not, its concrete information has not been received yet.
- iX’s ex-showroom price is Rs 1.16 crore
BMW India has launched the iX electric SUV in India a few days back, entering the electric market of the country. Now the company has officially revealed the range of this car and on a single charge, it can be driven up to 521 km. The ex-showroom price of BMW iX has been kept at Rs 1.16 crore, this luxury electric car is going to compete with cars like Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Jaguar in our market. These companies also sell fully electric SUVs in India. The new BMW iX is also being sold completely imported in the country, on the lines of other competing cars. The new e-SUV will compete with the Mercedes EQC, Audi e-tron and Jaguar I-Pace in the market.