Many potential buyers complained about the cheap-looking black plastic surfaces of the X3's exterior. In view of
the mini SUV's price, that optic seems to be a cheek. It may be practical, theoretically. In fact,
the X3's world isn't mud and gravel but the city's asphalt roads. BMW knew that, and so the dull
material is suspected to be a measure to save money. Thanks to cars as the Seven, Munich is more
sensitive today when it comes to design criticisms and, announced a painted version provided by the
M GmbH, immediately. Also the tuning industry knows the interests of its customers and offers
their refined X3s in this style. Such as AC Schnitzer. The BMW tuner presents its add-on
part range for the Austrian made BeeEmmer, naturally painted in body colour, as the pictures here show.
More remarkable than the programme is the style of the front apron. Its air inlets look like a variation of
the kidney-shaped BMW grille. Doubtlessly nice but, not Schnitzer's idea. Their colleagues from
Hartge had already been presenting a bumper like that on their version of the X3's big brother,
the X5. We would dare to say about a copy but, it's a nice one though. More than the front, the
rear optically profits from the refinements. Although there is nothing that may be said unusual
or outstanding, the back looks much finer and cooler. Okay, we don't like its Bangle face, who
does will possibly dislike the rear. Finally it's just a matter of taste, as so many times before.
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