The new X4’s styling cues have been adopted from the X5.
The new X4’s styling cues have been adopted from the X5. BMW

BMW take on middies

THERE is no stopping the growth of BMW's X-range with the launch of the all new BMW X4 at the Geneva Motor Show.

The X4 will be BMW's entrant into the competitive premium mid-sized segment, putting it up against the Audi Q5 and new Porsche Macan.

The X4 will be introduced to the Australian market during August this year.

The diesel range starts with the xDrive20d - 140kW/400Nm - while using 5.3l/100km. The xDrive35d tops the diesel range, with the 3.0-litre six pot diesel delivering 230kW and a hefty 630Nm of torque. This also means a zero-100kmh time of 5.2 seconds and returns 6.0 litres/100km.

A mid-range xDrive 30d will also be added with 190kW/560Nm and 5.9L/100km. All models come with BMW's 8-speed Steptronic transmission and xDrive intelligent four-wheel-drive system as standard.

At 4671mm in length, 1881mm wide at the front and 2089mm at the rear, the X4 will have a curb weight of 2320kg and 500 litres of boot space.

Styling cues have been adopted from the X5. Headlights, chiselled chin spoiler and aggressive looking buttresses complement a swooping coupe-like roof line similar to the X6.

Creature comforts such as Pedestrian and Collision Warning, Active Cruise Control with Stop and Go function and Lane Departure Warning will be offered, too. Pricing will be released closer to launch.



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