BMW X3 M will use carbon fibre reinforced plastic

29 September 2017 - 13:42 By Thomas Falkiner
More details are emerging of the new BMW X3 M. It is expected to use more carbon fibre reinforced plastic to reduce overall weight and make the most of the performance that will probably come from the engine in the existing M3 and M4.

Our sources say the X3 M will also have a much wider, more aggressive-looking body than the M40i M model. It will retain the xDrive all-wheel-drive layout but with a rear-biased configuration to provide a more BMW sports car-like drive. – BD Motor News