The exterior design of the all-new BMW X4 shows off its powerful agility and self-assured presence. The extravagantly styled and dynamically stretched lines adds an eye-catching athletic stance to the BMW X model family.
The second generation X4 his now bigger than before with an increase in length (+81 mm), width (+37 mm) and wheelbase length (+54 mm) compared with the outgoing model.
The interior boasts a modern, premium feel with the trademark blend of robustness and high-class elegance. The cockpit is designed for the driver in typical BMW fashion and includes redesigned sports seats and knee pads.
The new X4 will be available in xLine, M Sport X and M Sport variants.
And for the first time, customers have the exclusive options from the BMW Individual portfolio, allowing a vehicle configuration to be closely tailored to the customer’s personal style.
The X4 will consist of a broad range of engines featuring three petrol and three diesel units and power outputs between 184hp and 360hp. And the transmission consists of an eight-speed Steptronic and BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive now comes standard on all models.
If that's not enough power for you, then there are two BMW M Performance models - the X4 M40i and X4 M40d - which boast phenomenally powerful engines, plus model-specific design and equipment features.
The new X4 claims to have superior driving dynamics courtesy of the extensively upgraded and lighter chassis technology tuned specifically for the X4.
The vehicle weight is now lowered by up to 50kg compared to the outgoing model the aerodynamics are impressive too with a drag coefficient (Cd) of 0.30.
It will also feature the latest version of the iDrive operating system and intelligent voice control fitted as standard while Control Display with touchscreen functionality and BMW gesture control will be available as options.
Finally, the new X4 has state-of-the-art driving assistance systems enhance comfort and safety. Customers can opt for the Driving Assistant Plus including Steering and lane control assistant plus Lane Keeping Assistant with side collision protection.
The first-generation X4 contributed significantly to the continuously increasing market success of the X models as it combined robust all-round qualities with the sporty elegance of a BMW coupé. It succeeded in arousing the enthusiasm of new target groups for the unique driving pleasure offered by a X model.
Meanwhile, BMW achieved a milestone at the rollout of its 200,000th X4 today at its US plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The white SUV will be delivered to a customer in Asia.
Production of the first-generation X4 is scheduled to end next month. The X4 has been built at the Spartanburg site since 2014.
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