The current BMW X3 has received the virtual M treatment by independent designer X-Tomi.
The render shows the X3 with new front and rear bumpers, larger air intakes at the front, new side skirts and a set of new M wheels. Also, the radiator grille has been redesigned, while the rear end features quad tailpipes.
According to a recent report, the X3 M could actually happen as BMW M chief Frank van Meel commented there is a business case in building such a car. There’s not much to report about it, but it could be powered by a 3.0-liter turbo engine with 422 HP (310 kW).