There is plenty in store for BMW fans throughout 2021, as the brand continues its special-edition rollout of existing metal, and drops the first of its new-generation electric vehicle range in the form of the polarising iX and X3-based iX3.
We'll see the powerhouse M3 and M4 models arrive locally soon after the new year, but joined by the mid-range, front-wheel-drive 128ti hot hatch variant in the 1 Series lineup.
Alpina will be bringing the mild-hybrid XD3 (X3-based) and monstrous XB7 (X7-based) early in the year.
|128ti hot hatch||New variant||Small car||Q1 2021|
|4 Series Convertible||New generation||Medium car||Q1 2021|
|Alpina XD3||Update||Medium SUV||Q1 2021|
|Alpina XB7||New variant||Upper-large SUV||Q1 2021|
|iX||New model||Medium SUV||Q4 2021|
|iX3||New model||Medium SUV||Q3 2021|
|M3 sedan||New generation||Medium car||Q1 2021|
|M4 coupe||New generation||Medium car||Q1 2021|
|M4 Competition 'x Kith'||New variant (limited)||Medium car||Q4 2021|
|X2 'M Mesh Edition'||New variant||Small SUV||Q1 2021|
|X5 M Competition 'First Edition'||New variant (limited)||Large SUV||Q1 2021|
|X6 M Competition 'First Edition'||New variant (limited)||Large SUV||Q1 2021|
|X7 'Dark Shadow Edition'||New variant||Upper-large SUV||Q1 2021|
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