This is the facelifted BMW iX3 – and it is arrived at a alternatively unconventional time. Frequently, facelifts get there a number of many years into a car’s life cycle, but the iX3 was only released past 12 months.
BMW has a sound rationale for the sudden update nonetheless – it keeps the iX3’s styling in line with the combustion engined X3, which been given a facelift before this 12 months. The decision also means that the iX3 will get many of the updates equipped to its petrol and diesel powered sibling.
The updated iX3 will go into output this September at the BMW Brilliance Automotive facility in Shenyang, China. Rates will commence from £59,730 for what will come to be the new United kingdom entry-amount car: the new M Sport variant.
Styling tweaks for the facelifted iX3 include things like a new entrance bumper, which BMW says shares