Expected Price:50.00 – 70.00 Lakh
Expected Launch Date: Oct 2017 - Dec 2017
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BMW X4 Preview
The highly awaited, all-new model - the BMW X4 was finally revealed online via a set of detailed images earlier in 2014 and then, a month later the model got to take its first public bow at the 2014 New York Motor Show. The new BMW X4 is essentially the coupe version of the X3 SUV and is being termed as a SAV or Sports Activity Vehicle - as BMW likes to call it. The model follows the footsteps of its bigger brother BMW X6 and has officially laid the foundation for BMW for a whole new niche segment.
BMW X4 Platform
The BMW X4 rides on the same platform as the X3 and measures 14mm longer and 36mm lower to the ground than the X3. At the front, the X4 features larger air intakes and new fog lamps. The headlamps and the fog lamps can be had in either conventional build and projector set up or in a full LEDs. At the back, the X4 features taillights and the C-pillar that have been taken from the new 4-Series Gran Coupe. The most notable feature on the X4 however, is its coupe-like roofline, which runs from the front seats and down to the tail lamps.
BMW X4 Interior
Inside, the X4 features all the standard controls and switchgear that one would expect to see in a BMW. The centre console has been finished in high-gloss black and aluminium trim strips, while the cabin follows the two-tone interior looks. The centre console sports standard BMW features such as the infotainment system, audio controls, the large LCD screen and climate control.
BMW X4 Engine Specifications
BMW India is expected to introduce the X4 in India with a number of engine and powertrain options. The range of diesel engines could include a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine that is rated at 187PS and 380Nm of peak torque and a 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder, turbocharged unit that is rated at 262PS and a massive 560Nm of peak torque.
The petrol variants of the BMW X4 could get the turbocharged, 4-cylinder xDrive28i that is able to produce 248PS of max power, while the 4-cylinder xDrive35i is rated at 310PS of max power. An entry level xDrive20i could also be offered by BMW India, which is powered by a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder engine that is able to produce 189PS of max power and is achieves the 0 to 100 kmph sprint in 8.1 seconds.
The BMW X4 will be positioned between the BMW X3 and the larger X4 SUV and could be launched in the country early next year. The model will be brought into the country via the CBU route and is expected to bear.
BMW X4 expected launch in India
BMW X4 expected launch in India by Dec 2017.
*Disclaimer: The date of launch is tentative and purely based on the information received from OEMs. Autoportal will not be responsible for any discrepancy and delay with the launch dates.
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