BMW iX1 News in Malaysia

  • Is it true that EV sales are slowing? BMW didn't get the memo: Q3 2023 profit is up despite selling less cars

    The BMW Group announced its third quarter earnings before tax (EBT) margin came in at 10.6 percent, down 0.4 percent from the preceding quarter; however, the numbers were dragged down by its Motorrad motorcycle business. The company’s 4-wheeler automotive segment – the segment were are interested in - recorded an EBT margin of 9.8 percent, up 0.6 percent from the previous quarter, and 0.9% higher than the same quarter last year. The increase in profit came despite a marginal 0.6 percent drop in


    Nov 3, 2023

  • 2023 BMW iX1 eDrive20 - New entry-variant EV, 204 PS/247 Nm, FWD

    BMW has pulled the covers off the (U11) 2023 BMW iX1 eDrive20, introducing the second variant of the iX1 model and the new entry point of the company's EV range. Billed as the new entry point of the BMW EV range, the iX1 eDrive20 features and single electric motor with a maximum output of 204 PS and 247 Nm. The more powerful iX1 eDrive30, which was recently launched here, offers 313 PS and 494 Nm. Also read: BMW iX1 EV launched in Malaysia - 313 PS / 494 Nm, AWD, RM 285,800 Power is supplied by


    Sep 5, 2023

  • Let the BMW iX1 rock your world at the RHB DRIVE Premium & EV Roadshow at Bukit Jalil this weekend

    Calm, understated, but no less lacking a punch – that's the 2023 BMW iX1 electric (EV) SUV, and it's ready for you at the ongoing RHB DRIVE Premium and EV Roadshow that's happening all through 2- to 4-June 2023 at Pavilion Bukit Jalil. It's as it says on the tin; an EV version of the combustion-engine X1 (U11) SUV. As such it's as viable as any for your starting point into the premium EV world, with all of the BMW charms you expect. Fully-imported (CBU) from Germany, our iX1 is sold in the sole


    Jun 2, 2023

  • BMW iX1 EV launched in Malaysia - 313 PS / 494 Nm, AWD, RM 285,800

    Following its Registration of Interest (ROI) opening in April 2023, the BMW iX1 now makes its official Malaysian debut at the ongoing Malaysia Autoshow 2023. Billed as BMW’s EV for the masses, the iX1, as its name suggests is the EV version of the (U11) X1 SUV. The BMW iX1 which is fully imported (CBU) from Germany and is offered here in the sole xDrive30 variant is priced at RM 285,800 inclusive of a 5-year/unlimited mileage warranty and scheduled service program. Also read: BMW iX1 EV open for


    May 3, 2023

  • BMW iX1 EV open for ROI in Malaysia - 313 PS/494Nm, AWD

    The BMW iX1 is set to make its Malaysian debut as registration of interest (ROI) for the EV SUV is now open on BMW Malaysia’s website. The BMW iX1 was revealed with a sole xDrive30 variant that is propelled by two electric motors, one located at the front axle and the other at the rear to give all-wheel drive capability. Maximum output is rated at 313 PS/494 Nm. BMW says the iX1 xDrive30 can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds and reach a top speed of 180 km/h. Also read: 2023 BMW iX1 E


    Apr 11, 2023

  • 2023 BMW iX1 EV SUV debuts alongside all-new X1 - With 313PS/494Nm and e-AWD

    BMW has pulled the covers off its first-ever compact electric vehicle (EV) SUV, the 2023 BMW iX1. Debuting alongside the all-new 2023 BMW X1, the BMW iX1 will feature as a new variant, alongside the X1’s internal combustion, plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and 48V mild-hybrid (MHEV) powered variants. Powering the BMW iX1 xDrive30 is a pair of electric motors, one motor at the front axle and another at the rear. The duo of electric motors in the BMW iX1 xDrive30 develop 200 kW, or up to 230 kW (313 PS) wit


    Jun 1, 2022

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