Snugly fitting right in between the BMW X3 and X5, the new BMW X4 Sports Activity Coupe features all the premium benefits found on the larger BMX X6, but in a smaller package. Addressing the need of a mid-size crossover vehicle as well as the oncoming competitions from Audi and Mercedes-Benz, the BMW designed the X4 with urbanities and weekend warriors in mind. Built on the BMW X3 chassis, the X4 features most of elements from the X6 including the signature front fascia, especially the grille and large air intakes. With its aggressive stance, front wheel arches, to the L-shaped rear LED lights and sculpted back, the front of the X4 actually sits 20 millimeters lower than the X3 while still provides enough space for five adults.
Available in six different powertrains including a trio of diesel engines, X4’s flagship model, the BMW X4 xDrive35i, can reach 0 to 62 mph in just 5.5 seconds. Its diesel counterpart, the BMW X4 xDrive35d, can do the same in just 5.2 seconds, yet both models consume less fuel than many other crossovers in the market today.
Featuring the high intelligent xDrive all-wheel-drive system, BMW ConnectedDrive Services & Apps for driving assistance, full-color Head-Up Display, Lane Departure Warning and Active Cruise Control, BMW loaded the X4 with numerous other safety measures like Collision Warning and pedestrian protection function. Link to the Internet with social media such as Facebook and Twitter, the Real Time Traffic Information helps you to avoid congestions ahead while Concierge Service and Remote Services assist you to get things done while you’re on the road, the all-new BMW X4 Sports Activity Coupe will be making its debut at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show with availability scheduled later this year via a dealership near you.