The New BMW X3




Introducing The New BMW X3

Our First Look

Sophistication will be the first word that comes to mind when you see the new BMW X3, followed closely by boldness. The new X3 is longer and lower than the outgoing model, giving it a monolithic appearance with the distinctive BMW X proportions that enthusiasts love.

On the exterior, BMW has equipped the new X3 with a larger kidney grille featuring a new interior structure of vertically and diagonally arranged bars, adding a fresh yet luxurious touch. The optional BMW Iconic Glow contour lighting forms a continuous line around each grille element. The LED headlights now integrate daytime running lights, side lights, and turn signal indicators, all produced by L-shaped, overlapping light sources. Optional Adaptive LED Headlights come with non-dazzling matrix high beam, urban light, and cornering light functions, with blue design detailing. M Shadowline lights are also available, as an option




Visually Striking

New Modern Interior


The new BMW X3 boasts bold side skirts and a roofline extending deep into the rear, distinguishing the model’s sporty silhouette. Prominently flared wheel arches create an impression of considerable width at the rear. The flush-mounted rear window is bordered by a long roof spoiler and adjoining side air deflectors.
The new BMW X3 comes standard with 18-inch light-alloy wheels, while the BMW X3 30e xDrive is equipped with 19-inch wheels. Additionally, 20-inch and 21-inch wheels are available as factory-fitted options.




New L-shaped LED Headlights

The optional M Sport package enhances the dynamic look with 19-inch M light-alloy wheels and bespoke design cues for optimizing airflow and aerodynamic balance. The M Sport package Pro builds on this with additional features, including Iconic Glow contour lighting and M Sport brakes with red-painted calipers


Inside, the standout features are the impressive BMW Curved Display, the BMW Interaction Bar, the flat-bottomed steering wheel, and the new-look gear selector lever, all defining the cockpit’s modern interpretation of BMW’s driver-focused design. Additional model-specific highlights include light elements in a contrasting color on the center console and door trims. This new design feature is positioned towards the front of the driver’s and front passenger’s doors, forming a border around the function buttons, ventilation controllers, air vents, and the robust door openers typical of BMW X models


BMW offers a range of power setups to fit every X3 lifestyle. The BMW X3 30e xDrive plug-in hybrid features a 2.0-litre four-cylinder gas engine combined with an electric motor integrated into the eight-speed Steptronic transmission. A standout model is the X3 M50 xDrive, which boasts the most powerful six-cylinder engine ever fitted in an M Performance model. The 3.0-litre M TwinPower Turbo unit is paired with 48V mild hybrid technology, delivering a maximum output of 293 kW (398 hp) channeled to the road via an eight-speed Steptronic Sport transmission.
With a contemporary design that enhances its visual impact, the new X3 stands out everywhere, from weekend getaways to everyday urban life.

Photos: BMW X3 M50 xDrive, Courtesy Of BMW