The information and facts about the second-generation brainchild 2019 BMW X3 have made an appearance on the network. Official images and video clips of the restyled car have been published.
Aside from these documentations, the Bavarians have given us a chance to familiarize ourselves with the significant benefits of a new machine. We now have a comprehensive understanding of the updates made to the engines, contemporary power products, interior and other innovative options.
2019 BMW X3 – Modern and Pleasant Design
The front end of the 2019 BMW X3 is beefier than the incumbent model and has a new set of LED headlights. We can see a character line running all the way from the wheel arches at the front all through to the rear-end lights. The X3 also sports an aggressive front façade that comprises a sculpted bumper and large curtains. Additionally, it has a lower stance with flared wheel arches.
The inside of the 2019 BMW X3 flaunts a modern and pleasant design. Although it is a little revolutionary, it feels fresh and shows that BMW focused a lot on the car’s cabin. At the top of the dashboard is a 10.2-inch touchscreen. Its cabin hosts some revised controls, downsized HVAC and new infotainment functions that also offer a cleaner look.
Above all, the BMW X3 M variant brings a host of M-specific features. The first details include sports seats covered in Merino leather and a sportier, leather-wrapped steering wheel. The driver’s lower visual field consists of an M-specific instrument cluster and a Nappa leather dashboard.
Additional luxury items might encompass an aluminum trim, Alcantara headliner, and also a premium surround system. Standard safety equipment will likely constitute exterior mirrors, automatically dimming rear-view camera, Park Distance Control rear-view camera and four-zone automatic climate control. Seemingly, items like an Ambient Air package, full-color heads-up, 12.3-inch instrument cluster and ambient lighting are optional on the regular X3 but standard on the X3 M.
Under the Hood of the 2019 BMW X3
The 2019 BMW X3 is going to have a 3.0-liter inline-six turbocharged engine. The automaker claims that this mill can crank out up to 355 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque.
The supposed drivetrain allows the new car to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just under 5.0 seconds. Its speed is likely to top out at around 155 miles per gallon. A reliable source has hinted at the possibility of pairing this powertrain with BMW’s 8-speed Steptronic automatic transmission. Furthermore, a revised xDrive system will become available.
Price and Debut Date
The BMW hasn’t divulged any useful information about the BMW X3 pricing and debut. However, we understand that the X3 M variant is slated to become the most expensive model of the X3 range. It is likely to carry a price sticker of about $65,000. The 2019 BMW X3 is likely to hit the dealerships in the latter half of next year.