From the outside, you'll recognise the new version by the redesigned grille, new headlights and retouched rear lights.
The inside follows the trend towards a more digital driving experience and larger screens are now standard, as well as the redesigned centre console from the 4 Series.
In addition, the range of assistance systems has been expanded, as well as their skill set.
Under the bonnet, the plug-in hybrid and three petrol and three diesel engines remain an option and these cover a range from 184 to 360 horsepower.
Another new feature is the 48-volt technology, which is now also installed in the petrol engines, thus extending electrification to all engine variants.
As a result, the standard consumption figures for the petrol engines are 7.5 to 9.5 litres (170 to 216 g/km CO2).
The X3 M and X4 M will continue to occupy a special position and both technically and in terms of styling, the sports versions adopt the changes from the large-series models, but make a small addition to the engine.
With a maximum of 650Nm, the off-roaders accelerate from standstill to 100kph in 3.8 seconds at best and are limited to 250kph. Pay extra and BMW will let your M model accelerate up to 285kph. The makers put fuel consumption at 10.7 litres at best and CO2 emissions at 243 g/km.
Prices in BMW's home market start at €51,000 (RM256,000) for the X3 and €55,000 (RM276,000) for the X4. The X3M and X4M cost at least €97,600 (RM490,000) and €99,600 (RM500,000) respectively.