The company's flagship electric crossover carries over the concept's silhouette, but will lose many of its more radical design elements.
The interior and exterior of the BMW iNext have been spied during testing in Germany, revealing the futuristic car's production form.
Styling is inspired by the 2018 concept car, and both cars feature a five-door crossover body with clamshell bonnet and tailgate.
Unlike the concept, though, the production car has visible wing mirrors and door handles, B-pillars, and forward hinged rear doors.
False panels on the rear doors and rear quarter panels do a decent job of disguising the iNext's side window graphic, but we're pretty certain the final design won't be quite as radical as the concept's.
Similarly the interior of the production iNext will be a much more conventional affair. While the concept's minimalist lounge room design seems to be gone, most of the dashboard and interior remains shrouded in secrecy.
While full drivetrain details have yet to be confirmed, BMW says the iNext will have a driving range of over 600 kilometres.
The car will also serve as the company's technology flagship, and will include Level 3 autonomous driving and access to numerous online services.