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Thanks to its intelligent lightweight construction, optimally balanced vehicle body, and various new aerodynamic features, the BMW X3 has gained the freedom to move with greater confidence. Performance enhancing features include the Air Curtain in the front apron, the Active Air Stream kidney grille, EfficientDynamics, and the Drive Performance Control, and together make this a truly independent driving experience.
BMW X3 M40i, driving shot in front of canyon
BMW X3 M40i, BMW TwinPower Turbo diesel engine

BMW TwinPower Turbo.

The new-generation BMW TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder diesel engine offers impressive power delivery and fuel efficiency. The engine delivers 195 kW (265hp) and a maximum torque of 620 Nm.
BMW X3 M40i, BMW xDrive

BMW xDrive.

BMW’s xDrive works in tandem with Dynamic Stability Control to monitor road conditions. Once it senses excess slip, it sends power to the wheel, improving traction and delivering responsive handling.
BMW X3 M40i, Driving experience control

Driving Experience Control.

The Driving Experience Control offers the driver the choice between the standard COMFORT mode, ECO PRO mode, geared towards efficiency, and SPORT mode, which enables even more dynamic driving.
BMW X3 M40i, Steptronic Sport transmission

Steptronic Sport transmission.

The 8-speed Steptronic Sport transmission offers incredibly sporty gear changes, whether drivers are in automatic or manual, using gearshift paddles or gear lever.
BMW X3 M40i, Aerodynamics


BMW has optimised drag coefficient and efficiency as well as interior acoustics to enhance aerodynamics. These improvements also help with fuel consumption.
BMW X3 M40i, Active air stream kidney grille

Active air stream.

The Active air stream kidney grille knows when a cooling airflow is not needed and electronically closes the radiator grille with its air vents. This helps both aerodynamics and fuel consumption.
BMW X3 interior


With some of the latest BMW ConnectedDrive features, in combination with the My BMW App, the BMW X3 is ready to empower drivers. Whether it’s the 10.25” Control Display with intelligent gesture control, Real Time Traffic Information, Driving Assistant Plus or the full-colour BMW Head-up Display, this Ultimate Driving Machine can now seamlessly connect your worlds.

BMW X3 xDrive30e

THE BMW X3 xDrive30e

The BMW X3 xDrive30e Plug-in Hybrid is breathing new life into electric adventures. Boasting enhanced BMW eDrive technology, which offers up to 28 miles* of pure electric range and superior xDrive handling, this plug-in hybrid SAV is oozing confidence.From a running costs perspective, it comes with a Benefit in Kind (BIK) rate from 11% and emits just 49g/km of CO2. And it can go from zero to 62mph, when using both electric and combustion engines, in just 6.2 seconds.

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THE BMW X3 xDrive30e

bp pulse wallbox

Using the bp pulse wallbox, you can recharge to 80% capacity in just 2.4 hours.

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BMW Charging Public station and Charging card

The BMW eMobility service, BMW Charging, provides access to over 10,000 partner charging stations across the UK. These include public charging provided by bp pulse, which is the largest network in the UK. For more information regarding BMW Charging or to sign-up please click below.

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Charging cable

The BMW X3 xDrive30e comes with a standard BMW charging cable and a BMW AC Fast Charging Cable (Type 2).

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BMW X3 M Performance

M40i & M40d.

BMW M Performance logo

M40i & M40d.

The BMW X3 M40i and M40d offer breathtaking performance, with 354hp from the M40i or 326hp ready to be unleashed from the M40d. What’s more, the interplay of specifically tuned steering, suspension characteristics and the intelligent BMW xDrive ensure superior handling. Eye-catching Cerium Grey design elements and exclusive 21” M light alloy wheels Double-spoke style 718 M add an extra layer of style.

BMW X3, technical data




  • *These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. Figures shown are for comparability purposes. Only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. Plug in hybrid vehicles require mains electricity for charging.