The all-new BMW X4 is here to write the next chapter in the success story of the first ever Sports Activity Coupe at the premium end of the mid-size class. BMW has sold around 2,00,000 units of the first-generation X4 across the world since it was launched in 2014.
The exterior design of the all-new BMW X4 assumes the role of an eye-catching athlete in the BMW X model family. It is now longer by 81 mm and measures 4,752 mm in length. The wheelbase has increased by 54 mm and now measures 2,864 mm. The new X4 is also wider by 37 mm and now measures 1918 mm. The height stands at 1,621 mm.
At the front, the X4 features a large BMW kidney grille in three-dimensional look. The Twin LED headlights with dynamic contours along with the horizontal fog lamps form a new interpretation of the familiar six-eyed face of the BMW X model range.
At the rear, the three-dimensional LED rear lights along with the car’s horizontal lines and the twin exhaust tailpipes lend the new X4 a sporty and wider look. The coupe style roofline swoops down onto the rear window with an elegant flourish before dipping down more steeply to the rear.
The new BMW X4 will be available in xLine, M Sport X and M Sport model specifications. Each of these will be having their unique design features. The 2019 BMW X4 customers can now also choose from the BMW Individual range of options.
The interior of the all-new BMW X4 exudes a premium feel. The driver-focused cockpit, low instrument panel and slightly raised seating position provide an assuring driving experience. It also features redesigned sports seats with boldly contoured side bolsters and knee pads on the sides of the centre console.
The 2019 BMW X4 comes with a host of options such as the new Vernasca leather upholstery and an instrument panel with Sensatec trim. It can also be ordered with the three-zone automatic climate control, active seat ventilation, Ambient Lighting, as well as the Ambient Air package, BMW Display Key and the panoramic glass roof.
2019 BMW X4 Engine Options:
The all-new BMW X4 will be available with three petrol and four diesel engines from the launch of the or shortly afterwards. All engines will be mated to an 8-speed Steptronic transmission.
X4 xDrive20i – 4 cylinder, 2.0L engine, 184 hp at 5000-6500 rpm, 290 Nm at 1350-4250 rpm
X4 xDrive30i – 4 cylinder, 2.0L engine, 252 hp at 5200-6500 rpm, 350 Nm at 1450-4800 rpm
X4 M40i – 6 cylinder, 3.0L engine, 360 hp at 5500-6500 rpm, 500 Nm at 1520-4800 rpm
X4 xDrive20d – 4 cylinder, 2.0L engine, 190 hp at 4000 rpm, 400 Nm of torque at 1750-2500 rpm
X4 xDrive25d – 4 cylinder, 2.0L engine, 231 hp at 4400 rpm, 500 Nm at 2000 rpm
X4 xDrive30d – 6 cylinder, 3.0L engine, 265 hp at 4000 rpm, 620 Nm at 2000-2500 rpm
X4 M40d – 6 cylinder, 3.0L engine, 326 hp at 4400 rpm, 680 Nm at 1,750-2,750 rpm