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The all-new BMW X3 puts clear water between itself and its direct rivals with cutting-edge, semi-automated driving features, while also setting standards in its category.

Published: November 2017
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The all-new BMW X3’s extensive line-up of assistance systems enhance both comfort and safety, allowing drivers to experience their journeys to the power of X. The vehicle’s optional BMW Personal CoPilot includes the Driving Assistant Plus safety package which features Lane Change Warning, Lane Keeping Assistant, and Steering and Lane Control Assistant, with side collision protection to provide extensive scope for (semi-)automated driving.

 

The latest generation of Active Cruise Control (ACC) can actually brake and bring the car to a halt in stop-and-go traffic and automatically pull away again.

 

The optional Head-Up Display is another innovative technological feature. It allows important driving-related information to be projected directly into the driver’s field of vision. The Head-Up Display in the all-new BMW X3 is unrivalled in its segment for graphics, resolution and display options. Also unique to the vehicle is the Remote 3D View function, which can be used to beam a three-dimensional view of the car’s immediate vicinity directly to a smartphone. 

In addition to the iDrive Controller fitted as standard, specifying the Navigation System Professional opens up the possibility of touchscreen and gesture control – functions which have so far been exclusive to the BMW 7 Series and all-new BMW 5 Series. The optional touch-sensitive central display provides a summary of the most pertinent information. The system excels with its quick start function, lightning-fast route calculation, individual tips on reducing consumption and the 3D map navigation for easy guidance in the city.

 
With the help of the Open Mobility Cloud platform, the digital services connect to the all-new BMW X3 via devices like smartphones or smartwatches, resulting in seamless connectivity.

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BMW Connected+, which was launched worldwide this year, provides a digital bridge between smartphones and vehicles. It delivers the next level of in-car personalisation and smartphone content integration on the Control Display. This makes display and operation in the vehicle simpler than ever. With the help of the Open Mobility Cloud platform, digital services connect to the all-new BMW X3 via devices like smartphones or smartwatches, resulting in seamless connectivity to the power of X. For example, Apple CarPlay® preparation is specially tailored to the operating system and user interface of your iPhone. This means that smartphone content, along with functions like music, iMessages/text messages, telephony and selected third-party apps, are displayed and operated in the regular manner, even via the vehicle’s user interface. Apple CarPlay® preparation can be used via touch input, the iDrive Controller or voice control, depending on the vehicle’s equipment.

At the front end, the chunky “three-dimensional” kidney grille treatment and LED fog lamps featuring a hexagonal design for the first time on a BMW X model underline the confident character of the all-new BMW X3.
The interior of the all-new BMW X3 includes the optional Head-Up Display, which allows the most important driving-related information to be projected directly into the driver’s field of vision. The Head-Up Display in the all-new BMW X3 is unrivalled in its segment for graphics, resolution and display options.
The all-new BMW X3 also excels when it comes to controllability and driver assistance systems. In addition to the iDrive Controller fitted as standard, specifying the Navigation system Professional opens up the possibility of touchscreen and gesture control – functions which have so far been exclusive to the BMW 7 Series and all-new BMW 5 Series.
To further improve comfort in the rear compartment, the angle of the standard 40:20:40 split/folding rear seat backrests can be adjusted individually and through various stages. This feature also allows the backrests to be released remotely from the load compartment, which expands the standard load capacity of 550 litres to 1,600 litres.
The all-new BMW X3 M40i heralds the arrival of the first-ever M Performance Automobile in this model series. It’s new M Performance six cylinder in-line engine blends its pulling power and insatiable appetite for revs with smoothness and efficiency.

Devices that can connect to the all-new BMW X3 now include smartphones running iOS and Android operating systems via smart wearables like the Apple Watch and Samsung Gear (S2 and S3).

 

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