New cars coming to Singapore in 2023

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SINGAPORE — It's that time of the year again, and CarBuyer Singapore has rounded up all the new cars that will make their way here in 2023. We are rolling them out in alphabetical order, and as usual, start with the ABCs. As always, the cars are officially-imported versions and do not include parallel imports. Information here is collated from...

BMW's smallest SUV gets a full electric drivetrain for the first time. As detailed in an earlier news story on CarBuyer Singapore, the iX1 xDrive30 is driven by two electric motors, which produce a total of 313hp and 494Nm. It boasts a maximum range of 440km between charges.

If we follow the iX3's trajectory, it could end up being cheaper than a regular BMW X1 — which we've tested and found rather impressive — assuming all the EV benefits don't evaporate anytime soon. The official word from BMW is that there's no confirmation of the car's arrival in 2023, but we hope to see it squeak through in Q4 2023.With rising COEs, the BMW 216i Active Tourer pairs the appeal of a premium badge along with a less expensive price tag.

The revised BMW 3 Series has already landed at the Singapore Motorshow, adopting larger curved interior screens, powered by the BMW Operating System 8, which were seen earlier in the BMW i4. There are for now two engine options available, the entry 318i, featuring a 2.0 inline-four . The new M2 is also more powerful, and features a 3D printed cylinder head, which boasts improved coolant duct routing. For Singapore, BMW has also given buyers the choice of a manual.

The first-ever M3 Touring boasts cargo space that expands from 500 litres to a maximum capacity of 1,510 litres. Alongside the facelifted 3 Series, the M3 Touring had its official debut at the Singapore Motorshow 2023.The 8th generation G60 BMW 5 Series is confirmed for the second half of 2023. It will feature hybrid technology, and will be built in both sedan and touring body styles. While the sedan will reach our shoes, there is no news if BMW here will import the Touring.

Source: Car News Wire (carnewswire.net)

 

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