It uses a rear-mounted motor that generates 268 hp (272 ps/200 kW), needs 8.3 seconds to hit 62 mph (100 kph), and has a 459-mile (738 km) range according to Chinese standards. Its 116 kWh battery pack can be charged from 10-80% in less than 30 minutes, and it can be used as a massive power bank on wheels to juice up other EVs and/or appliances, etc.
But the Volvo EM90 is not the only premium minivan that deserves its 15 minutes of fame, as so does the Lexus LM. The Japanese marque's model is a hybrid, making use of the electrified 2.5L unit shared with the NX 350h and RX 350h. It enjoys 246 hp (250 ps/184 kW) and comes with standard front-wheel drive in the UK, with the AWD system being reserved for the two upper grades.
Starting from the premise that BMW needs a large minivan in its portfolio, theottle set out to imagine it, using something not so ordinary as the foundation stone: the Maxus Mifa 9. SAIC's electric minivan is actually bigger than a Mercedes-Maybach GLS, features a very generous interior, comes with no fewer than ten screens, and has a 323-mile (520 km) range in the regular flavor.
With multiple mouse clicks, the rendering artist managed to adapt the styling of the BMW i7 to the Maxus Mifa 9, thus giving virtual birth to the i7 Active Tourer, an all-quiet minivan that would have the opportunity to become a moneymaker. So, should the Munich auto marque risk a huge chunk of money and make a people carrier that would be a rival to the Volvo EM90, or should they stick to the usual recipe that includes traditional passenger cars and multiple crossovers?