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According to Autocar, the iX will have cargo space similar to the X5's 650 liters (23 cubic feet) because it won't have third row seating.

That's going to be great for making the iX as practical as possible.
 

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It looks like this is only 500 litres with the seats up (less than iX3!). A bit disappointing, comparable to the PHEV X5 only.
It's annoying that BMW didn't add the storage space numbers in their press release. My guess is that It's got to be in the same ball park as the X5 (33.9 cubic feet) and X6 (27.4 cubic feet).
 

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It's annoying that BMW didn't add the storage space numbers in their press release. My guess is that It's got to be in the same ball park as the X5 (33.9 cubic feet) and X6 (27.4 cubic feet).
They’ve published it on the U.K. spec website BMW iX (i20): Engines & Technical Data | BMW.UK

500 litres seats up / 1,750 litres seats down…hopefully a typo (some Friday optimism)!
 

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500 litres is very disappointing for a 195 inch long car suv designed without fossil fuel compromises! Same as EQC which is not a bespoke BEV. Makes you wonder who they designed it for. Unless it's an amazing drive I'm waiting for the i5...
 

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500 litres is very disappointing for a 195 inch long car suv designed without fossil fuel compromises! Same as EQC which is not a bespoke BEV. Makes you wonder who they designed it for. Unless it's an amazing drive I'm waiting for the i5...
Welcome to the forum @Gilles1106. Do you have a reservation for an iX? Or are you waiting to drive one first?
 
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