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Journalists from km77 tested the new electric coupe-crossover BMW iX2, which was challenged with the traditional “moose test”. During the races, the car must suddenly change lanes – as if meeting a real animal – into the adjacent lane and return back to its own. The German electric car managed to perform this maneuver at a speed of 75 kilometers per hour. The Bavarian’s speed turned out to be below the qualifying threshold, but this, nevertheless, did not particularly disappoint the experts.

The test was an electric xDrive30, equipped with a 313-horsepower dual-motor power plant, which provides the coupe-crossover with all-wheel drive. The test BMW was shod with 20-inch Pirelli PZero tires.

The crossover failed to complete the test exercise at a speed of 77 kilometers per hour—the German model was able to stay in the corridor of cones in the “moose test” only at 75 kilometers per hour. But experts found another plus for the Bavarian – they emphasized that the crossover behaves predictably and safely for the average driver.

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