2022 BMW X4 M prototype spotted during winter trialsJanuary 20, 2021
There are fresh images of the high-performance sports coupe-crossover BMW X4 M, first unveiled less than two years ago.
It is difficult to determine what exactly is hiding under the “intricate” camouflage, but it looks like the BMW X4 M will not use the huge grille around which the controversy is constantly heating up, however the sections may grow slightly. And the fact that there is a cruise control radar in the center of the bumper suggests that the radiator grill will retain its traditional look and will not drop completely down.
BMW is likely to make some changes to the front bumper design by slightly tweaking the side air intakes. The disguise partially covering the headlights indicates that some adjustments could be made to this part as well, but, again, they seem minimal. The taillights will likely receive slightly modified LED graphics while maintaining the same shape.
Although the spies were unable to look inside the cabin, logic tells us that BMW is not going to rock the boat too much. The typical digital dashboard and iDrive will likely be updated, but don’t expect the SUV to get the swanky iX electric SUV infotainment system. However, some of the high-tech stuff announced earlier this month at CES 2021 may also appear in the BMW X4 M.
The crossover’s performance will be in charge of BMW’s new 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six engine used in the M3 and M4. The base X4 M develops 473 horsepower and 600 Nm of torque, while the “charged” Competition delivers up to 503 hp.
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