Release Date: Unknown
In fall 2016, BMW confirmed its plans to go ahead with an all-electric version of the X3 SUV, and last summer, announced its arrival some time for the 2020 model year. Beyond that, we don’t know much else. The X3e (or iX3) will share the X3e’s platform and most components; the electric powertrain will likely be borrowed from the BMW "i" lineup. Price-wise, the X3e will probably land somewhere between the base and top-end X3 trim levels.