Romeo Ferraris has given the BMW X3 a tough new look, maybe a bit too tough.
Romeo Farraris have breathed on the BMW X3, and given it a much tougher look. First and most obvious is the new color, a matte green which is meant to invoke military vehicles. Next comes the new carbon fiber-look roof, a look which is extended to the door handles. There is a new set of 20-inch G-Power wheels, and the suspension has been lowered by 30mm. There is a newly trimmed interior as well, although details on this aren't available.
We do know that it has also had an ECU remapping and a sport air filter installed, for a total gain of 42 horsepower. It certainly looks cool, but we can't help but think that the package is writing a check that the X3's off-roading capabilities can't cash.