BMW’s new electric flagship SUV is the iX. We rented one from BMW to get an idea of what it’s like. With a sticker price starting above $83,000, we expected luxury—and we found it. In addition to an electric drivetrain and cutting-edge design, BMW also gave the iX the latest tech, including new-and-improved driver assistance systems. But we also found a few maddening quirks that might take some getting used to.
If you take into account the energy used to manufacture a new vehicle and where the energy that powers it comes from, is there ever a case where a gas-powered car will be more efficient overall than an electric car?
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Keith Barry Despite my love for quirky, old European sedans like the Renault Medallion, it’s my passion to help others find a safe, reliable car that still puts a smile on their face-even if they’re stuck in traffic. When I’m not behind the wheel or the keyboard, you can find me exploring a new city on foot or planning my next trip.