By Chris PriestmanPosted December 19, 2018 09:30:00In 2017, BMW’s debut GT3 model got a new engine for 2018, and it’s the same engine that’s made its way to the 2017 x3 GT3.
The 2018 BMW xDrive Sport will be the last model of the model line.BMW’s 2017 xPower lineup, which included the new GT3 and xDrive, is the pinnacle of the brand’s motorsport history.
The first GT3 was an instant hit with fans and competitors alike.
With the xDrive Series, the brand made another step forward in the motorsport market with a sports coupe that was a true racing driver’s dream.
The BMW xPower xDrive R has been a model of excellence ever since.
The new BMW x3, the first GT4 to be based on the same all-new design as the previous generation, will be on display in the Los Angeles Auto Show.
It will make its world debut in a few weeks, but you can expect to see it at the 2018 Los Angeles auto show in February.
This will be BMW’s first performance sports car since the i3 and i8 launched in 2012.
BMW’s GT3 cars were the first to be fitted with new turbocharged engines, but it wasn’t until this year that BMW went into production with a turbocharged engine for the GT4.
We know that the company plans to introduce another turbocharged car at some point, but we can’t quite say when.
In 2018, BMW will introduce a new line of all-electric sports cars that it calls the iDrive iPerformance and the iPerformance xDrive.
The new iDrive is a plug-in hybrid with a range of 200 miles, a range-topping 1,600-pound torque converter, and a 200-horsepower electric motor.
The iDrive xDrive is the first all-wheel-drive electric sports car ever produced, and its electric motors help deliver a range that is the equivalent of an entire city block in a mere two miles.
The BMW x2 iDrive, the next generation of BMW’s electric sports cars, was unveiled in October 2018.
The xDrive i3 debuted in January 2019.
BMW hasn’t announced anything about the future of its iDrive electric sports vehicles, but if it does launch them in 2019, we’ll likely hear a lot more about them.BMWs all-time top five sports carsBMWs top five electric sports, based on sales per million:BMW xDrive x3 xDrive 5 xDrive 10 xDrive 15 xDrive 20 xDrive 25 xDrive 30 xDrive 35 xDrive 40 xDrive 45 xDrive 50 xDrive 55 xDrive 60 xDrive 65 xDrive 70 xDrive 80 xDrive 85 xDrive 90 xDrive 95 xDrive 100 xDrive 105 xDrive 110 xDrive 120 xDrive 125 xDrive 150 xDrive 175 xDrive 200 xDrive 250 xDrive 300 xDrive 350 xDrive 400 xDrive 450 xDrive 500 xDrive 550 xDrive 600 xDrive 650 xDrive 700 xDrive 750 xDrive 800 xDrive 900 xDrive X1 xDrive Z1