2019 BMW X4 gets the all-new look inside and out, as well fresh engine and M Performance models. The X4 has received a more premium feel for the 2019 model year. BMW has sold 200,000 X4s since its 2014 launch.
Visually, the X4 is effectively a more design-focused version of the X3 SUV. The refreshed X4 will be bigger than the original, 3 inches longer than before, and bigger inside, with a 2.1-inch stretch in the wheelbase to 113.
The new X4 comes with wider front and sleeker rear tracks, improved aerodynamics, and adaptive LED headlights. The front has chunky bumpers and huge kidney grilles which are similar to the X3 and the rear end is similar in design to the X2.
The second generation X4 has xDrive 30i guise with a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder that produces 181 horsepower, 258 pound-feet of torque. The standard all-wheel drive will accelerate to 60 miles per hour in a respectable 6 seconds, according to BMW.
There is also the X4 M40i, which comes with gasoline-fueled and turbocharged inline six’s 355 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. It packs an eight-speed automatic and all-wheel drive that pushes it to 62 miles per hour in 4.8 seconds.
The M40i also includes an adaptive suspension, a sport exhaust, M Sport brakes, and a rear-biased torque split.
The new X4 will hit US showrooms on 15 February and will have a starting price of $50,450 for the xDrive30i and for the M40i the customers will need to spend extra $10,000.