BMW X3 and X4 2022
The BMW X3 and X4 LCI facelift come with a newly designed twin-kidney grille that is slightly larger. With the design of the headlights to be approximately 10 mm thinner than the original, equipped with Full-LED headlights as standard and can choose the option of Adaptive LED headlights with a Matrix or high beam function. BMW Laserlight front with a distance of up to 650 meters, complemented by a completely redesigned front bumper.
For the BMW X3, there is a new taillight design that emphasizes more aggressiveness. Decorate the lamp set with black. along with a new rear bumper and tailpipe design You can also choose from the M Sports package that emphasizes the sport even more with a high-gloss black exterior kit, including the front grille, door window sills, roof rails, etc., along with 19-inch Y-Spoke alloy wheels as standard and can change to 20 and 21-inch wheels.
the interior of the BMW X3 and X4 features a new instrument panel design similar to that found on the current 4 Series, fitted with a 10.25-inch Control Display as standard. with a 12.3-inch screen as an option while the control panel around the gear lever has been redesigned as well With a variety of control buttons such as engine start button, electric handbrake button and BMW Controller button designed to blend in with the console.
Both models are equipped with the BMW Live Cockpit Plus, which runs on a 10.25-inch screen as standard. The BMW Operating System 7 can be upgraded to the BMW Live Cockpit Professional with a 12.3-inch display, complemented by the BMW Maps system that can be extracted from the cloud that can display real-time traffic data. It can also retrieve Google Maps navigation information to display on the BMW Head-up Display when connected via Android Auto.
In terms of power, there is still a wide selection of both gasoline and diesel engines. All models come with a mild-hybrid 48-volt system to help reduce fuel consumption. The X3 xDrive30e plug-in hybrid engine works in conjunction with the 2.0-litre BMW TwinPower Turbo four-cylinder petrol engine and an electric motor to send power to all four wheels. It produces a maximum total power of 292 hp and can be temporarily boosted by an additional 41 hp from the electric motor. while the lithium-ion battery can drive about 50 kilometres when fully charged.