2017 BME X3 Spotted Testing Again

Posted: Nov 25 2016, 10:31am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

2017 BME X3 Spotted Testing Again
Credit: AutoCar
  • 2017 BMW X3 and M Performance Model’s Spy Pictures are here
 

The mid-sized SUV is about to arrive in year 2017

The BMW X3 which is the third generation SUV by company is under development these days. The SUV was recently spotted testing which gave us an idea about the design and changes that have been made in the model. 

We can clearly see twin exit exhausts and muscular bumpers along with a roof spoiler that clearly indicates that X3 development car is actually transformed like that of an M Performance exterior package, according to AutoCar. The overall shape of the car looks like that of facelifted as well if we compare it to the ongoing model. 

It also seems that the car has longer rear doors and a new glass house too. It has resulted in longer rear quarter windows. It is suggested that the new SUV model has a longer wheelbase than that of 2810mm current model. 

The new range of X3 which is referred as G01 as a codename by company is going to get an upgraded cabin too. It is said that it will be provided with BMW’s iDrive system.

The cars which are spotted recently under development also show that that they have less heavily raked rear windows. This can be an indication that the company is trying to provide better luggage space in the cars. 

A new steel platform is introduced in the X3 which is being introduced in many other new BMW models too. Other than that the X3 will get a modified double wishbone and multi-link rear suspension too.

The resources at BMW have announced that a new electric system will be introduced in the X3 which will make connectivity more precise and safety options much better than any other. It is expected that the lineup will receive four cylinder and six cylinder direct injection petrol engines. 

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