The fourth generation of the best-selling marque will be represented by the new crossover.
The new X3 will be offered in two variations: normal and electric. While the latter will be based on BMW’s Neue Klasse architecture, the former will be built on BMW’s most recent CLAR platform. Because of this, many customers should find the BMW X3 to be an intriguing new model.
The BMW X3 is due for an update after five years on the market, and heavily camouflaged prototypes have been spotted driving through Germany’s streets, giving us our first look at the future fourth-generation model.
Next-Gen BMW X3 render by Kolesa.ru
It can only be a gasoline or diesel-powered car in these new pictures. There is no guarantee that what we are seeing is the final design because it is still covered in camouflage. Despite the extensive camouflage, we may infer that the new X3’s cosmetic upgrades will be more evolutionary than revolutionary, but it does look like a standard X3 so don’t anticipate any significant changes. Although looking at the last picture, boxer front end, flush door handles, and some swoopy headlamps, we can see a more noticeable roof spoiler at the back, which will undoubtedly sit atop a new set of LED tail lights that must be an exciting design from BMW so far.
BMW’s newest iDrive OS8 entertainment system, known as the “Curved Panel,” will be installed in the X3; it features a central 14.9-inch touchscreen and a 10.3-inch digital instrument cluster. The current model requires recharging after only 279 miles, thus this would need to have a range of over 300 miles to be competitive.
Moreover, the remaining range will be made up of a combination of four- and six-cylinder engines with varied degrees of hybrid assistance for those who aren’t yet ready for a fully electric vehicle. Be ready the future is coming at your door.