The upcoming BWM iNEXT has been spotted by our spy photographers, and these photos include a view of the all-electric SUV’s interior. Prior to this sighting, official photos of the model undergoing cold-weather testing in Arjeplog, Sweden were posted by the German carmaker.

Unlike the 2018 concept that featured a lounge-like cabin, the production version of the iNEXT appears more conventional, with a steering wheel, gear lever and digital instrument cluster that appears similar to those on recent BMW models. As series production of the model doesn’t start until 2021, many items are still missing from the interior, and most of the dashboard is still shrouded.

Moving to the exterior, we can see clear influences from the Vision show car, with “normal” fitments such as side mirrors and door handles. The generous application of camouflage masks the overall shape pretty well, but cues like the large and vertical front kidney grilles appear to have been carried over.

In profile, the rear window does look to be more steeply raked compared to the concept, and it appears the “kinked” side windows have been omitted. However, given that there’s quite a bit of wrapping and faux body panels, these revisions might likely not remain in place. After all, BMW did say the production version of the iNEXT will look quite similar to the concept.

The iNEXT is said to be capable of highly automated driving (up to Level 3), as well as a driving range exceeding 600 km with an all-wheel drive EV powertrain. The iNEXT will be produced at the BMW Dingolfing plant from 2021.