2018 BMW X3
2018 BMW X3 Redesign and Concept
The new 2018 BMW X3 M will be built on the same modular platform (called Clar in BMW-speak) that will also be used on the next series 3, 5, and 6, as well as the replacement for the current X5 and X6. larger brakes and firmer suspension will keep super-SUV on four wheels and pointed in the right direction. Expected extra power will be equipped with a full body kit, alloy wheels wrapped in low-profile tires, and a sport exhaust system. In addition, the cabins will receive M-designed interior components such as bucket seats for the front passenger, a specific instrument cluster and three-spoke steering wheel.
2018 BMW X3 Engine and Performance
Under the hood, buyers will have plenty of other options to choose. 2018 BMW X3 will include four- and six-cylinder combustion gasoline- and diesel engines, medium level M Performance Model, as well as gasoline-electric plug-in hybrid model. Electricity will be provided by a turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six engine tuned to produce at least 500 horsepower. A dual-clutch automatic transmission is controlled by shift paddles standard, and all-wheel drive will be the only configuration available. In the US market, all X3 variants regardless of what’s under the hood will ship with all-wheel drive.
2018 BMW X3 Release Date and Competitors
Based on information taken from the German magazine Focus strongly believe 2018 BMW X3 will be introduced before the end of next year. and Model M-tuned performance-oriented expected to arrive a year later, then maybe as a model 2019. When it reaches dealers, the new X3 will compete in the same segment with their competitors who came from Mercedes-AMG GLC 55 and rumored Audi Q5 RS.
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