Nancy and I have numerous BMW riding gear pieces and I'm certain the armor in it is not d3O.
BMW does't market it being d30, it doesn't say d30 anywhere on it, and like Cruisincruzan said it is certainly temperature sensitive. It's orange and looks like d30, but is BMW brand armor.
My Rukka gear on the other hand definitely has d30 armor in it. There's quite a difference in the feel of the armor, the d30 is not nearly as temperature sensitive, is slightly more dense and in most temps is soft and molds to your body faster than BMW armor. Rukka makes some of the highest quality protective riding gear money can buy and is worth every cent if you're in the market for a whole new kit.
I've had minor crashes while riding in dirt with the d30 and it seems to work as advertised, I've also had major crashes with BMW gear on and it protected me too, specifically the BMW City Pant I and City Pant II, which have the best knee protection of any pant I can find, even more coverage than my Rukka gear.
My collarbone didn't fair as well the last time I went down hard, but I had on a hard armor pressure suit upper protection under my jacket with neither d30 or BMW np protectors.
Overall I'm happy with the d30 armor in the Rukka, it seems to work well protecting you and is comfortable to wear, upgrading to it seems like a wise choice if you can find the correct shape pieces. I do wish BMW used it though or there was a similar shaped d30 option for my City Pant II for the reasons Cruisincruzan mentioned with it being stiff in cold weather, at least until your body warms and softens it up.
Another upgrade to look into is Forcefield armor.
Motorcycle Body Armour | Forcefield Body Armour