The new BMW X 3 R and X 3 S Convertibles are set to make their public debut at the Detroit Auto Salon in Detroit tomorrow, January 15th, 2019.
The two cars will join the lineup of two other new BMW models which are being showcased this year.
The new BMW 4 Series is the fourth model introduced by BMW to compete in the midsize segment, and is also the latest model to receive the “D” designation, meaning it is a sporty, sporty sports car.
The new model is the first to get the new BMD-V6 engine, which will power a new 3.0L twin-turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine.
The engine will be offered in a range of trim levels, with the base 3 Series available in standard trim and the new 5 Series available with options.
The 5 Series is available with a standard seven-speed manual transmission and will have a five-speed automatic transmission.
The BMW X 5 Series will be available in a six-speed dual-clutch transmission with the optional paddle shifter and a seven-speedset option, and will be a new BMW model.
The six-speedy, all-wheel-drive, all wheel-drive BMW X5 will feature a 6.2L V6 and an electronically limited-slip differential (ELDS) to increase the car’s 0-60 time by up to 3.2 seconds.
The electric-assist system will offer a maximum range of 238 miles (350 km) on electric power alone.
The X5’s performance will be bolstered by a six.6-liter V8 engine, a sevenkW electric motor, and an 8-speed PDK transmission.
The BMW X6 will be powered by a V8 with a maximum output of 420 hp (265 kW) and a peak torque of 360 lb-ft (205 Nm).
The new X3 is powered by the BMW 7 Series engine and will offer improved performance and a range over the BMW X4 and X5.
The car is expected to go on sale in 2019.
BMW’s first-ever plug-in hybrid car, the X3, is powered with an electric motor and will also offer improved fuel economy compared to the current X3.
The company’s new sporty X3 SUV will offer the latest in sportiness, and a new version of the X4.
This model will be the company’s first plug-out hybrid SUV.
The four-door X4 SUV will have an all-new, all aluminum exterior with an all carbon fiber interior.
The SUV will come standard with a 7-speed CVT, a five speed manual transmission, and the PDK option.
The X3’s standard features will include a power-packed six-cylinders, six-piston calipers, and LED daytime running lights.
A six-pack of LED daytime driving lights will also be standard on the X5 SUV.
A range of LED headlamps will be standard.
The interior of the new X5 is expected for an improved design and better connectivity.
The latest models in the BMW lineup will be coming to the United States soon, and all three models will be priced around $70,000.