Available in 473-hp standard and 503-hp Competition flavors, BMW’s latest M ute is as capable as it is silly.
11/14/19 UPDATE: This review has been updated with test results for the X3 M Competition model.
Though we may never fully understand the world’s obsession with rapid SUVs, there’s no denying that they’re improving. Watching the 2020 BMW X3 M corner is a little like watching BMW’s engineers impose their will on physics—it’s not always elegant, but it’ll get your attention. And from behind the wheel, despite its immodest height and upright driving position, this 473-hp utility vehicle (503 horsepower in Competition trim) is, well, undeniably capable.
Read full post here: