The all-new X3 M could have a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six that develops up to 474 hp.
The pair feature a more aggressive body kit, larger wheels and a lower, and sportier, suspension.
This could definitely be considered putting the horsepower before the carriage.
BMW says the new crossovers will have “unrivalled” levels of agility and precision.
BMW’s first-ever X3 M appears to be almost ready for its big premiere, probably this year.
Power for BMW’s first ever X3M will come from a new turbocharged S58 straight-six with around 460 horses.