This is how the new BMW X4 looks like with the M Sport Package and quad exhaust tips

BMW X4 debuted earlier this year at the New York Auto Show with prices starting from £36,590.

Essentially a baby X6, the X4 is based on the X3 with a coupe like profile.

Compared to the X3 it is based on, the X4 is actually 14mm longer and 36mm lower, with front seat passengers sitting 20mm lower than in the X3, and in the back 28mm lower.

There isn’t a hot M model yet, similar to the X6 M and it is not known yet will we see it or nor. The chances however are quite high that M model is also in the pipeline.

Until then you can go with the optional M Sport Package that introduces M-style bumpers, new side sills, rear diffuser and larger 21-inch alloy wheels.

The car you see here is on display at BMW Abu Dhabi Motors and also equipped with Kelleners quad exhaust pipe system, making it look very close to the possible X4 M.

Interior of this particular car reveals brown Merino leather upholstery, a shiny wood trim on the door panels, an aluminium footrest and a glossy dashboard.

While in UK the X4 is exclusively currently offered with diesel units, this one here is powered by a 302bhp 3.0-litre six-cylinder TwinPower engine with 295 lb-ft of torque linked to an eight-speed sport automatic transmission. Weighing 1,815kg, it goes from 0-60mph in 5.2 seconds on its way to a top speed of 247mph.


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