In less than two years, the next generation BMW will present its second generation X3. The new BMW X3 will grow in size and it will move up in its class to make room for the X1 urban vehicle.
With new competitors like the Mercedes-Benz GLK and Audi Q5, BMW is looking to revitalize the current X3 by designing a more dynamic performance oriented activity vehicle with a sleeker design and more appealing to the bimmer fans.
A test mule was spotted in Munich, but compared to the previous spy shots, the new X3 is spotted together with the current X3. Despite the funky camouflage, you can still see the new X3 as growing in size with a roof line slightly lower than the current model. As we mentioned before, the X3 will follow the X5’s steps by getting more round corners and a sportier look. A more dynamic performance oriented activity vehicle is BMW’s goal for this second generation X3.
If the 2010 BMW X3 will look anywhere close to the rendering below, then I do see a future for it, otherwise….with the latest X1 and PAS concepts…it might be tough to get the drivers in.