The Bavarian brand has presented in the People’s Republic of China an updated version of the BMW X3 crossover, as well as an all-electric version of this car. The novelty will go on sale as a 2022 auto.
The new batch of models from BMW have undergone homologation in China, which means that each of these vehicles will appear on the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China. What caught our attention was the restyling of the BMW X3 crossover and its electric version of the iX3. It should be borne in mind that we are dealing with Chinese versions of two crossovers, but almost certainly, their counterparts for other countries will look almost the same.
The false radiator grille (branded nostrils) still has a relatively normal size, and now has become more similar in style to the “nostrils” of other BMW models.
Both the traditional internal combustion crossover and the all-electric version have the option of optional M Sport Package options, offering slightly more aggressive front bumpers, although they seem to have a rather rich design.
The novelty has received new headlights, as well as taillights. These photos show the BMW X3 xDrive30i and it has rather large twin tailpipes, whereas the previous version of the crossover had round-shaped tips. In the back of the car, you can see fake pipes.
There is information that the updated X3 and its electric counterpart iX3 will debut sometime in June. It remains to be seen whether they will come with the iDrive 8 infotainment system and whether they plan to introduce a hybrid version of the BMW X3.
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