BMW announces a range of 460 kilometres according to the WLTP cycle. That seems a bit too optimistic: we didn't get more than 330 kilometres during our test at cold temperatures. Topping up at fast chargers with direct current is possible at speeds of up to 150kW. Charging from 0 to 80% takes 34 minutes and 10 minutes of charge adds 100 kilometres of driving range.
Using alternating current, charging the battery at a one-phase charger delivers up to 7.4kW and at a three-phase charger up to 11kW. It takes 7.5 hours to fill the battery with an 11-kW charger. The charging port is located at the rear right, behind the flap that covers the fuel filler neck on traditional X3s.