What driver assistance features does the 2018 BMW X3 offer?

June 6th, 2017 by

BMW recently unveiled the all-new 2018 X3, with it boasting a more striking, dynamic design, a powerful yet efficient drive system and high-level luxury and refinement. The new X3 also offers a wide array of advanced driver assistance features.

2018 BMW X3 Driver Assistance Systems

The 2018 X3 is like your personal co-pilot with its state-of-the-art driver assistance and semi-automated driving systems. This includes the latest generation of Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go, which can brake the car to a halt in stop-and-go traffic and automatically restart to drive.

The Driving Assistance Package offered in the 2018 X3 includes Active Blind Spot Protection, Lane Departure Warning, Daytime Pedestrian Protection, Frontal Collision Warning with City Collision Mitigation, Cross Traffic Alert rear and Speed Limit Info. With the Driving Assistant Plus Package, you’ll get additional comfort features: Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go, Active Lane Keeping Assistant with Side Collision Avoidance, Traffic Jam Assistant, Evasion Aid and Cross Traffic alert front and rear.

2018 BMW X3 Head-Up Display

For an even more cutting-edge driving experience, you can get the optional Head-Up Display, which allows the most important driving-related information to be projected directly into the driver’s field of vision. The Head-Up Display in the 2018 X3 is 75% larger than the previous generation model, and is unrivaled in its segment for graphics, resolution and display options. The system also features the Remote 3D View function, which can be used to beam a 360 degree, three-dimensional view of the car’s immediate vicinity directly to a smartphone through the BMW Connected App.

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