The upgrade includes both interior and exterior tweaks. The X3 got a new metallic Carbon Black paint on the body, enhanced by a high-gloss shadow line for the window frames and the shaft cover. The body rests on 19 inch matte lacquered M alloy wheels with y-spoke design.
In addition, xenon headlights with Adaptive cornering light, a headlamp cleaning system and a rain sensor were added. The Sport Edition is recognizable from the front thanks to matte aluminum painted central air intake grille and kidney-colored titanium rods.
The Sport Limited Edition interior package brings the familiar M leather steering wheel, as well as exclusive Alcantara leather sports seats. The design consists of anthracite Alcantara on the middle of the seat and black leather on the side and the upper section of the backrest. If you find the color of the leather too dark, BMW has optional champagne colored interiors available for the Sports Edition.
The launch of this limited edition will take place in March for the German market. The production is limited to just one year, but the good news is that it is available for all six engine versions of the X3. Power outputs for the 2009 X3 range from 150 to 286 horsepower.
Depending on the version you choose, a BMW X3 Sport Package Limited Edition can cost an extra 7,250 and 7,900 euros over the series model price.