The third generation BMW X3 has been spotted testing once again ahead of its planned unveiling in 2017, wearing what looks like M Performance bodywork.

The pictures confirm the new X3, known internally by the codename G01, will retain the same basic shape as the second generation model, but suggest the car will come with a more extensive package of optional M Performance parts, including larger wheels, a roof spoiler and a quad exhaust set-up.

Clothed in a modified body from the existing X3, the prototype has longer rear doors and a modified glass house with longer rear quarter windows. This suggests it will have a slightly longer wheelbase than the 2810mm of its predecessor.

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The Perfect Performance Vehicle? M Version Of BMW's X3 Caught Testing

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