BMW introduces X3 M Sport package

16 Dec, 2010 10:36am Tom Phillips

Suspension, aerodynamics and a bodykit mark out more dynamic BMW X3.

BMW has unveiled its 2011 model year updates across its range, including the addition of the M Sports package for the new X3 SUV. The package comprises a range of suspension, aerodynamics and exterior and interior components developed by BMW’s M division.

Although there’s no hike in power – the package is available across the range on all engine variants – the M Sports package adds sports suspensions to sharpen handling, and has been calibrated to work with the new 18-inch M Sport alloy wheels. 19-inch and 20-inch wheels are on the options list.

The M Sports package also includes a bodykit, chrome tailpipes and gloss trim for the window surrounds and roof rails.

On the inside, changes include sports seats, an M leather-trimmed steering wheel, and door sills which feature the M logo.

The package arrives in the spring next year, with prices yet to be confirmed.
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