X3: BMW's bestselling model receives a freshening this year to evoke more of an off-road and sporty appearance. The compact crossover receives BMW's new larger kidney grille design, while front and rear bumpers, exhaust trim and rear lights are updated.
The X3's powertrain lineup will be simplified for 2022. The X3 xDrive30e plug-in hybrid has been dropped in the U.S., leaving just the four-cylinder sDrive30i and xDrive30i and the six-cylinder M40i trim in the lineup. The M40i receives a mild-hybrid system that draws an extra 11 hp.
The X3 M variant delivers 473 hp. A Competition version dials it up to 503 hp. A redesign is expected in late 2024.
iX3: BMW previously put off plans to bring its first electric crossover to the U.S., reportedly because of inadequate range and the lack of awd. But the BEV's second generation could arrive here as early as 2024.
X4: The compact crossover will receive a freshening this summer that delivers enhancements in exterior design and drivetrain.
The X4 xDrive30i is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that delivers 248 hp. The X4 M40i sports a 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine that puts out 382 hp. The X4 M variant delivers 473 hp, and a Competition version boosts it to 503 hp.
X5: A redesigned plug-in hybrid version of the midsize crossover arrived last summer. That model is powered by a turbo inline-six coupled with an electric motor. The X5 is due for a freshening in early 2023.
iX: The new X5-sized battery-electric crossover will arrive early next year. The 2022 iX features BMW's fifth-generation battery design, powered by a 111.5-kWh battery that delivers 516 hp and an estimated 300 miles of driving range.
X6: The X6 M was redesigned and received additional horsepower in 2019. The X6 should get a freshening in late 2023.
X7: BMW's large crossover arrived in 2019 with three-row seating for seven passengers. An Alpina version, powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 that delivers 612 hp, arrived last September.
A freshening of the X7 that will bring a face-lift and technology updates is expected next year.
X8: A new two-row crossover is expected to begin production in Spartanburg, S.C., in late 2022, with deliveries likely to begin in early 2023, according to AutoForecast Solutions. It has been described as a sporty version of the X7 and will carry over the turbocharged V-8 and inline-six engines.