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BMW has decided to take a little space walk with its new X3 SUV flagship, coming with a 255 bhp turbocharged 2.0-liter hybrid system. The new X3 X-Drive30 starts at $50,675, the X3 M50 starts at $65,275.

Theres no secret that SUVs are the faster-growing segment in the automotive industry and BMW like many other large global automotive brands sells more SUVs than sedans, the X3 is BMW best best-selling SUV and kicking off in 2025 with the newest models to enchant our appetite.

With what we at Monument have decided to describe as a spacewalker look, the X3 which is BMW's fourth generation in this segment comes with a fresh jaw-dropper look, the interior is no less distracting as it's fitted with intriguing ambient lighting set up with a balanced profile, the layout is captivating, to say the least, this new interior is unlike BMW but it's a welcome design change that the brand has been steadily implementing for the past few years, the company has seen it' self-taken back the #1 spot, selling 210K more cars than Mercedes in 2023.

BMW has also taken the bold leap to optimize for efficiency, elevating the X3 xDrive 30 with a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine, capable of 0-60 mph in 6.0 sec and a top speed of 130 mph.

The M50 packs a little more power with a turbocharged 3.0-liter hybrid system, up to 393 bhp, 0-60 in 4.4 sec, and a minimum top speed of 130 mph which can be extended up to 155 mph.

This variant also comes with an adaptive suspension with advanced electronically controlled dampers put together with an M sport rear differential, and M sport breaks.

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