2017 BMW X3 will continue to well for the brand because of the conservative styling which is an evolution over its predecessor
Bavarian Motor Works, popularly known by the encapsulation BMW is a German Company headquartered at Munich, Bavaria. It manufactures luxury cars, motorcycles and engines. It is one among the top luxury automakers across the big blue marble. Off late, BMW has introduced the BMW X3 ahead of its world premiere at the BMW Group Spartanburg Plant. The BMW X-series has always been a huge hit among its customers and has remarkably proved its performance consistently. BMW X3 which is a compact luxury crossover SUV, had quenched the needs of its buyers when released and now the company is once again remodeling the vehicle.
As anticipated, the third generation BMW X3 codenamed as BMW G01, features a mutative design and has the traces of the second generation BMW X1. The new kidney grille design, more intrusive front apron and especially the larger tail lamps look have been inspirited by the BMW X1. The BMW M40i xDrive, dons stunning LED headlamps, LED daytime running lights, large wheels, blue brake callipers and dual exhausts.
The interior of the 2017 BMW X3 is completely refabricated. The three-spoke steering wheel, instrument panel, centre console, HVAC vents, floor console, gearshift lever, switchgear and pedals are all brand new.
The auto architects have imitated bits and bobs from the BMW X1 and BMW 5 Series, which is very much evident while considering the aluminium pedal covers and footrest for instance. The infotainment system now has a free-standing display on the dashboard.The third-generation BMW X3 is said to ride on the CLAR platform and save 50-100 kg with the new underpinning.
BMW is expected to offer the all-new X3 with the latest 2.0- and 3.0-litre four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. The inclusion of the 6-speed manual and 8-speed automatic gearboxes will continue.
Later in the adjoining year, a plug-in hybrid model is likely to follow, along with the BMW 3 Series iPerformance (BMW 330e)’s powertrain which has a 2.0-litre petrol engine and an electric motor working to develop 185 kW (252 hp) and 420 Nm of torque.
A high-performance M variant is also eagerly anticipated with a power of 317 kW (431 hp), and a 3.0-litre twin-turbo engine which will have a straight-six petrol engine of the BMW M3.