The BMW X3 is one of the German automaker’s most popular cars, first appearing at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2003. It has been around for three generations, with only a number of minor facelifts. The BMW X3 will launch as a new model, with plans to include plug-in and mild hybrid vehicle options, according to BMW.
The X3 competes with the Mercedes-Benz GlC300, Audi Q5, and Genesis GV70.
Despite a slew of disguised spy pictures, it is unclear what the 2025 X3 would look like in terms of style. Some aspects, such as the headlights, appear to be slimmer than in the previous generation. The fourth generation BMW X3 appears larger as well, with a larger kidney grille and a more sculpted appearance.
In terms of technology, the X5 will have the majority of the most recent BMW infotainment products, including a full-width display, a central touch screen, and a digital instrument cluster similar to that found in modern models.
Also, the new X3 could get a new iDrive 9 system which is set to be the first non-Linux-based system. This will be a great upgrade from the current iDrive 8 and 8.5 systems.
2025 X3 Engine
The 2025 X3 will have multiple engine options under the hood. This starts with the base model, which is rumored to have a 2.0-liter mild hybrid turbocharged engine identical to the one found in the X1 M35i. Moving up to the BMW X3 M40 and M50 models, a full hybrid system is likely.
After being discontinued in 2021, an efficient plug-in hybrid model will be added to the range. It is supposed to be entirely new, with a new platform replacing the current CLAR design.
2025 X3 price
In terms of pricing, the 2025 X3 price has yet to be revealed. However, we anticipate that it will be slightly more expensive than the current model. The sDrive30i starts at $ 48,000 in the current model year. Moving up the trim levels, the M40i costs $61995 and the X3M costs $75395.