Tag Archives : BMW X3
Will be powered by the 3.0L Twin Turbo inline six from the M3/M4. According to BMW Blog, BMW is working on an outright ‘M’ version.
Said to be launched next year. The BMW X3 will receive a major upgrade late this year or next year to enter its third generation..
Expected to launch in Europe in 2017. The BMW X3 is currently in its second generation and was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show originally..
Will mark the BMW X3’s entry into its third generation. The current, second generation BMW X3 was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. Later.
Will debut a new design language, reportedly. A new render from Autobild magazine of the next generation BMW X3 offers an insight into its possible.
Two new generation and three first-time models on the cards. BMW will launch several next-generation as well as first-time models in the second half on.
Part localization now stands at 50 percent. BMW India has announced new prices for its locally-assembled models, after it increased part localization to 50 percent at.
Is the range topping variant of the X3. The new BMW X3 xDrive30d M Sport has been launched in India starting price of INR 59.90.
Will be the first production model to debut the new design language, reportedly. BMW is currently working on the next generation of their compact SUV.
Would get an M Sport kit just like the 530d. According to a report on Autocar India, BMW India will launch a more powerful variant.
Mid-life makeover aims to freshen up the X3. BMW today launched the refreshed X3 at CAMPI 2014 (Philippines International Motor Show 2014). The facelift brings.
Here is the part 2 of our list of significant developments in the auto industry last week. Click on the images to read the respective.
Available with a single diesel engine. The 2015 BMW X3 facelift which made its global debut earlier this year has been launched in India. Seen.
Mid-life facelift for X3 brings cosmetic and minor mechanical changes. BMW India have confirmed that the 2015 BMW X3 (facelift) will launch on August 28..
By 2020, BMW will have no fewer than eight X-models (SUV models), claims a report on Autocar UK. Four of the eight models are yet.