An improvement BMW X3 only recently hit the market, but prototypes of the next generation are already being tracked down.
Based on BMW’s traditional product cycles, the new X3 is expected to launch until 2024 or 2025.
Our scouting photographers captured what appears to be the M40i or whatever nameplate the flagship M Performance model will wear.
The bonus is the presence of quad exhaust outlets, as seen on the current M40i.
The design of the next X3 is an improvement on the current car, with the same basic shape and similar details as the belt line curving up in the rear doors.
BMW was careful not to shake Popular X3’s Design formulas have been overwhelming over the years, with these elements largely remaining the same across all three generations.
The headlights and taillights appear to be makeshift prototype units, although unless our eyes (or rather, the camouflage) fool us, the next X3 looks to retain a grille. regular sized thermostat.
It looks like there are holes below the grille, which suggests the grille will drop slightly lower than the current car.
We expect the X3 to continue to offer the same range of powertrains as the current car.
The current X3 can be had with a choice of four- or six-cylinder turbocharged petrol or diesel engines, including the twin-turbocharged inline-six found in the X3 M, along with a plug-in hybrid version. and electricity (iX3) .
It also has a close relationship in X4a sleeker ‘coupe SUV’ variant of the popular X3.
The next X3 and X4 will face off against the recently revealed second generation Mercedes-Benz GLC.
The X3 is currently the best-selling car in its segment in Australia, and received an upgrade earlier this year that delivers fresh styling inside and out – although it has yet to receive a Curved Display. BMW’s is launched across the range.
As of the end of May, BMW has sold 2004 X3s along with 409 X4.
In contrast, Mercedes-Benz sold 1721 GLC wagons and 792 GLC Coupes, Volvo sold 1707 XC60s and Audi sold 1494 Q5s.
THAN: Everything BMW X3