2019 BMW X4 Review

2019 BMW X4 Review

BMW X4 is the newest addition of the crossover SUV with the coupe-like profile to BMW’s lineup. It means that BMW would interrupt the usual product cycle of 7 years.

2019 BMW X4 What will change?

The next-gen X4 will be engineered on the new lightweight platform and will get the range of more efficient and powerful engines. The styling will evolve from the current form while the expanded cabin will feature the high-tech and safety features. The high-performance M version should also be available.

2019 BMW X4 Platform and Design

Like its derivative, the X3 which will arrive late this year, the 2019 BMW X4 will be built on the rear-wheel-drive scalable architecture. The lightweight design of this platform will help the new X4 to be around 220 lbs lighter than the current generation providing also the better fuel efficiency and performance.

Styling wise, the X4 won’t feature a revolutionary change. It will feature tweaked split kidney grille and headlights and will also get the new LED taillights.
Interior, features:

Inside the cabin, the new X4 will get a more premium design. The new seating system will provide higher flexibility and comfort. The latest tech and safety features alongside with the advanced telematics will also be the step forward from the current generation.

2019 BMW X4 Review

2019 BMW X4 Under the Hood

In the engine department, the new 2019 BMW X4 will offer the range of diesel and petrol units. The diesel range will include two more efficient 2.0-liter engines alongside with the 3.0-liter inline-6 petrol and diesel units. The new engine versions should be around 15 hp stronger than the current units. The fuel economy should be about 10 percent better.

The M performance model will also get stronger turbocharged V-6. It isn’t also excluded that diesel model would get stateside.

2019 BMW X4 Arrival and Price

As mentioned earlier, the new-gen X4 is expected to debut in mid-2018 which means as the 2019 BMW X4. It’s too early to speak about prices but we should not expect radical changes in the price range.