- BMW launches second-gen X4
- Choice of four engines
- Pricing starts at £42,900
2018 BMW X4 revealed ahead of Geneva Motor Show
The second generation of BMW’s coupe-esque SUV is revealed and is available to order now, with deliveries due in July
The new model will arrive at the Geneva Motor Show next month on the back of the latest version of the more conventionally shaped X3 SUV, and brings a selection of changes over the outgoing car. It is 81mm longer, 37mm wider and 3mm lower, and comes with more space for passengers and their luggage.
The boot has increased in size by 25 litres, to 525 litres (you get 1,430 litres when you drop the seats), while a 54mm stretch in the wheelbase means rear passengers now get an extra 27mm of leg room. BMW also claims that the changed dimensions will help improve handling.
Fancy having your cake and taking a nibble? There is a 326-horsepower diesel M40d, too, with 0-62mph in 4.9 seconds and an official 44.1mpg. A 265-horsepower 30d completes the line-up. All models come with an eight-speed automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive as standard.
There is a wide range of options and equipment on the X4, with M Sport and M Sport X models bringing a selection of styling upgrades like gloss black details and 19-inch alloy wheels.
The BMW X4 is available to order now for a June delivery, and prices start at £42,900 for the X4 20d and £55,315 for the M40d.