BMW has already confirmed that its revolutionary and mind-blowing fully autonomous 2021 BMW iNext is going to be manufactured for 2021. The car will come with lightweight construction as well as an all-electric range of more than 311 miles.
The previous year the car maker announced that it had joined the race for the purpose of producing fully autonomous vehicles. Moreover, it has teamed up with such tech giants as Mobileye and Intel in an attempt to roll out its first fully self-driving vehicle in 2021. The car maker currently claims that level 3.5 autonomy is going to be real for this steel beast.
In spite of the fact, it’s not one of the official five levels of autonomy, level 3.5 can potentially bridge the gap between 3 and 4. In fact, the former enables part-time fully autonomous driving, although requires human intervention in some circumstances. As for level 4, it suggests absolutely human-free driving altogether.
The announcement of another i-branded model, dubbed 2021 BMW iNext, was made in 2017. The car maker has already told that this model is going to be introduced in 2021, making use of Intel as well as Mobileye know-how to create the artificial intelligence required for fully autonomous driving.