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New BMW X3 Crossover Spy Shots Capture Base Model Out Testing

The redesigned BMW should arrive for the 2024 model year.



For the 2024 model year, the revamped BMW is expected to be released.

BMW is getting ready to release a new X3 crossover, according to spy photos. Our first glimpse of the revised X3 M40i variant came from spy images taken last month. The wheels and rear-end design of the base model are shown in the new images, which give a glimpse of it.

The fronts of the two test cars appear to be comparable, but it is difficult to distinguish any aesthetic variations because of the camouflage and paneling that hide it. It is possible to see the top of the kidney grille’s outline, but its size is unknown. It doesn’t appear to be particularly large, though, as there is a lower grille hole visible across the front.

Compared to the wheels on the previous X3 test vehicle, these wheels are smaller and look less athletic. Based on the rear-end design, which lacks a lower rear bumper to allow the quad exhaust pipes shown on the other prototype, we can also infer that this is a weaker variation.


BMW should provide the X3 with a range of powertrain options, including one for the formidable X3 M. The new X3 will have a lot of electrification; hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and completely electric models are most certainly in the works. By combining gas and electricity for a powerful family hauler, the X3 M might potentially join the electrification game.

The interior of the car has been captured in the spy photos, but it seems like BMW is attempting to conceal the crossover’s dashboard. BMW’s newest infotainment system from the iX, with the huge dual screen arrangement on the dash, is anticipated to be included in the redesigned X3. The most recent BMW bells and whistles, including iDrive 8, should be included.

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There won’t be a significant size difference between the new X3 and the outgoing model. It’s tough to tell how much bigger it will be from the photographs, but a somewhat bigger crossover should mean more room for passengers and baggage.


The BMW X3 was first spotted out in public last month, which suggests that the 2024 model year X3 won’t make its debut until sometime in 2019. The front of the crossover is still covered in heavy cladding, and the rear still has stand-in taillights. One of the model’s top sellers still has a long way to go in terms of development. BMW needs to do it correctly.