The next-generation BMW X3 crossover is shown in the render

The next-generation BMW X3 crossover is shown in the render 1

Renderings for the new generation of the BMW X3 compact crossover have been published. The novelty can be presented no earlier than the 2024 model year.

A little over a week ago, we first saw the next-generation BMW X3 prototype. There was camouflage film and some cladding on its body, and these new unofficial renderings are based on these pictures and give us the opportunity to imagine what the new crossover will look like when it goes on sale. As reported by

“The new renderers show a stylish crossover with a chiseled design.”

The false radiator grille is located higher than the current model and is located above the aggressive design of the front bumper, which is similar to the one that the new X1 has. The new X3 may be slightly larger than the model it will replace.

The render does not show the rear of the crossover, but it should mimic the style of other new BMW crossovers. The new X3 may come with an aggressive rear bumper similar to the one shown on the new X1.

We haven’t seen the interior, and it’s not on the renders either. However, we expect that the updated X3 will be similar in its interior to other BMW models, adopting the interior style from the new IX, which means that the crossover should have a dual display covering the dashboard and the latest BMW iDrive 8 software.

The details of the new product’s engine range are still a mystery, but we expect BMW to offer a wide range of engines, including plug-in hybrid models and electric versions. A hotter X3 M should also be introduced, featuring a powerful hybrid engine. The current X3 M is equipped with a 3.0-liter inline-six engine with dual turbocharging, which develops 503 horsepower (649 Nm).

The next-generation BMW X3 crossover is shown in the render 3