Other changes include the adoption of B-pillars for structural integrity, conventional front-hinged doors both front and rear, standard rearview mirrors and a more traditional greenhouse (below, left). Inside, the new BMW CUV is to offer seating for up to seven occupants in three rows of seats. Slated for production at BMW’s Dingolfing factory in Germany from 2021, the iNext is described as a technological flagship incorporating the highest level of the ...

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