At launch, the iX will be available in a single trim, the xDrive50. However, a more powerful M model will arrive in the future.BMW\u2019s flagship all-electric SUV, the iX, has arrived. The automaker calls it the SAV \u2013 Sports Activity Vehicle \u2013 pretty much like the X7.The iX\u2019s body shell is composed of CFRP, high-performance thermoplastics, high-strength steel, and aluminum.CFRP components also used for the side frame, rain channels, roof frame, cowl panel and rear window frame that together constitute a \u2018Carbon Cage\u2019 .Up front, it features that massive kidney grille. It comes with sleek headlights and prominent lines on the hood.The grille is almost completely blocked and serves as an \u2018intelligent sensor panel\u2019 for the vehicle .The rear isn\u2019t as loud as the face, but it features massive surrounds for the reflectors along with sleek taillights.The iX rides on 20-inch aero-optimized wheels as standard, but 21- and 22-inch Air Performance wheels will be offered as optional.BMW has managed to achieve a drag coefficient rating of 0.25, which is rather impressive for a vehicle this big.You can also opt for adaptive suspension setup and two-axle air suspension with automatic self-levelling.The cabin feels luxurious and follows the same template like any other EV - less buttons, more screens.It comes with a hexagonal steering wheel. It seems like a hybrid of a conventional steering and Tesla's Yoke steering which will be offered on its rival, the Model X .Behind the steering wheel is a curved screen that features the digital instrument cluster as well as the touchscreen infotainment system.BMW hasn't mentioned the dimensions, but the i4 features a similar setup with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system.It runs on BMW's iDrive 8 system and also comes with 5G connectivity and personal eSIM.The 2022 iX xDrive50 comes with a dual motor setup. The combined power output is rated at 516 ponies and 564 pound-feet of twist.It can sprint to 62 mph from rest in 4.6 seconds and has a top speed of 124 mph.The SUV is powered by a 111.5 kWh battery pack, 106.3 kWh of which is usable.It comes with an EPA-estimated range of 300 miles.When connected to a 11 kW wallbox charger, the iX can recuperate from 0 to 100-percent in 11 hours.The batteries also support fast charging up to 200 kW and can be charged from 10 to 80-percent in a little over 40 minutes.The 2022 BMW iX xDrive50 starts at $83,200 plus $995 destination charges. This doesn\u2019t include the $7,500 federal tax credit.The 2022 BMW iX will arrive in the first quarter of 2022.Swipe up to learn about the 2022 BMW iX in detail and to share your thoughts about it in the comments section.