BMW iX5 hydrogen – for emission-free mobility.

The BMW iX5 Hydrogen is developed based on the current BMW X5 model, and this concept was first presented at the IAA (Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung) trade fair in 2019.

The BMW Group has systematically developed hydrogen fuel cell technology as one option for future emission-free mobility.

This BMW model is constructed at the BMW Group’s innovation and research center in Munich. The iX5 Hydrogen, initially produced in a limited series, offers a range of 504 km (according to WLTP standards), and refueling the tank takes only 3 to 4 minutes, allowing drivers to cover long distances with a few short stops along the way.

Advanced technology, implemented by the BMW Group, enables the BMW iX5 Hydrogen to generate high continuous electric power from the fuel cell system of 125 kW/170 hp, while the maximum power of the total drive system is 295 kW/401 hp.

In addition to the hydrogen fuel cell system, the iX5 Hydrogen features the fifth-generation electric system BMW eDrive technology on the rear axle, as well as a lithium-ion battery developed specifically for this model. 

The BMW Group sold over 215,000 fully electric vehicles worldwide in 2022, representing an increase of nearly 108%. Fully electric vehicles accounted for just under 9% of BMW’s total vehicle sales last year, and it is expected that this percentage will increase to around 15% in 2023. BMW’s goal is to surpass 50% by 2030.

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