The most brutal BMW M car EVER!

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Meet the most powerful version of the BMW iX you can buy – the BMW iX M60!

BMW’s M division has got its hands on the brand’s first purpose-built electric SUV, but how much has changed over the standard edition?

Well in terms of the exterior design… It’s pretty much identical! Bar some new badging at the rear of the car and along the side, everything else you see on the outside of the iX M60 is available on the normal car. The only difference here is a lot of things, such as blue brake calipers, come as an optional extra on the standard car. With the iX M60, they come as standard.

On the inside, it’s pretty much the same story! Bar some new driving modes and some slight M colouring on the digital dials, the iX M60 interior is identical to the usual iX. Then again, that’s not exactly a bad thing!

However, there are two key differences with this car. For starters, the power output is HUGE. This family-friendly electric SUV now produces 619hp and 1,100Nm of torque! It’s still packing the same 105kWh battery pack as the normal car though, so the claimed range is down slightly, at 348 miles.

The second key change is the price, with the iX M60 coming in at an eye-watering £117,000!! So is it worth it? You’ll need to stick with Mat to see for yourself!

Chapters
00:00 Intro
00:35 Design
01:46 Interior
02:21 Back Seats
03:09 Boot
03:47 5 Annoying Things
05:19 5 Cool Things
06:48 Performance
07:46 0-60mph
09:44 Driving
12:40 Verdict

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10 Comments

  1. I love how Matt reviews cars finding all the crappy stuff and making it known I can honestly say this guy is the only person I’d look for when looking for reviews on new vehicles

  2. Watching Matt hit himself while demonstrating the throttle response, is why he’s the best motor journalist !

  3. I appreciate Matt taking the time to mention all the features and options that cost extra instead of pretending these fully loaded press cars offer these features at the base price. Thank you Matt!

  4. Looks like effort has been put into the interior design, but odd that the rear passengers get to stare at two USB sockets.


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