Top of the range among the petrol engines for the BMW X3 is the six-cylinder in-line in the BMW X3 xDrive35i. The high-thrust power unit provides an impressive maximum torque of 400 Nm, even at an engine speed of 1,200 rpm. A power output of 225 kW catapults the vehicle effortlessly from 0 to 100 km in 5.6 s.
The maximum speed is 245 km/h. Thanks to innovative technologies from BMW EfficientDynamics, fuel consumption remains impressively moderate at 8.3 l/100km, as do the CO₂ emissions of 193 g/km.
Impulsive power build-up, a spontaneous response and maximum efficiency characterise the four-cylinder petrol engines in the BMW X3. BMW TwinPower Turbo technology with TwinScroll turbocharger, Valvetronic, double VANOS and High Precision Injection allows outstanding performance with extremely moderate consumption. With 180 kW, the powerful engine in the BMW X3 xDrive28i generates a torque of 350 Nm from the 2-litre capacity at engine speeds from 1,250 rpm. Top speed is 230 km/h, fuel consumption is 7.0* l/100 km and CO₂ emissions are a mere 162* g/km. The power unit in the BMW X3 xDrive20i supplies an output of 135 kW, which unleashes up to 270 Nm of torque. Fuel consumption remains low at 7.4* l/100 km (xDrive20i; with 8-speed Automatic Transmission Steptronic 6.9* l/100 km), as do the CO₂ emissions at 173* g/km (8-speed Automatic Transmission Steptronic 161* g/km).
*All figures were determined in accordance with the EU test cycle and depend on the selected tyre format.