The all-electric BMW iX3 is not coming to the U.S. But the X3 xDrive30e is in showrooms now and it offers electrified driving. That’s because the 30e is a plug-in hybrid. Does the efficiency dull the Ultimate Driving Machine dynamics? How far does it go on a charge? Is the 30e prohibitively expensive? Tom Voelk has those answers and more and he checks out a fully optioned M Sport model. 

2020 BMW X3 xDrive30e Offers A Taste Of Electric Driving (Is It Enough?)

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- Tom Voelk is an award-winning writer/photographer/editor. Car guy. Runner. Minnesota raised. Settled in Seattle.

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