For obvious reasons, unlike New York, a parked BMW dressed in swirly camouflage doesn't cause a bomb scare in Munich (click here to read about the NYC incident). So, instead of notifying the authorities, this Youtube user took out his camera and shot a two-and-a-half minute long video that walks us around the new 2011 BMW X3 crossover.
The video after the jump gives us a pretty good look of the Bavarian automaker's new crossover that appears to be more stylish as well as a bit bigger than the current X3.
A range of four- and six-cylinder diesel and petrol engines will be available on the new X3, ranging from a 2.0-litre four-banger to the firm's recently revised 3.0-litre turbocharged straight six turbo with 306HP. A new gasoline-electric hybrid powerplant may also be on the cards.
The second generation of the BMW X3 is expected to make its world premiere at the Paris Motor Show in October.
Thanks for the tip Timo!