New 2024 Next-Gen BMW X3 Spied!
Next-Gen BMW X3 – Overview
The company put the new BMW X3 out for testing earlier this month, but it covered its look with panelling and camouflage.
To preview the crossover’s revamped look, new renderings from Kolesa.ru remove the coverings.
The unofficial images remove the camouflage to reveal a crossover that looks familiar but has noticeable design modifications.
Although the test car was camouflaged and covered in cladding to conceal its new appearance, it didn’t seem like BMW was significantly changing the style of the existing crossover.
Instead, the crossover now has new front and rear fascias and other stylistic tweaks, which appears to be an evolutionary change.
The images show a new grille up front, surrounded by shorter headlights, and sitting underneath a new hood.
Below all of that is a new front bumper with a much more aggressive shape than the existing face.
A redesigned rear bumper and thinner taillights are present on the back.
The crossover’s size is one thing the renderings cannot depict.
The spy photos gave the impression that the new X3 might be more significant than the present model, but we’ll need to measure it to be sure.
The interior, which our spy photographers could not picture, is another area still a mystery.
However, we anticipate BMW to install its most current iDrive eight infotainment system and its dash-spanning screen, similar to what is provided in the new iX.
We don’t anticipate that BMW will show this new X3 until at least next year, so it’s too soon to know about the powertrains.
However, in addition to the all-electric iX3, BMW is anticipated to offer a variety of gasoline, diesel, and electrified engines.
Furthermore, since spy photos showed the crossover with four exhaust points sticking from the back, we know BMW will offer an M40i variant.
We don’t think the next-generation model will debut before BMW updates the X3 for the 2022 model year.
Before a presentation, it might take more than a year, and BMW might even delay the introduction until early 2024.
As a result, the redesigned X3 might not arrive in US dealerships until the 2025 model year.