2021 BMW X4 Redesign, M Package

The 2021 BMW X4 will be redesigned, and it will represent numerous upgrades. According to the latest news, BMW X4 will hit the roads next year, and we can expect further changes in terms of design and styling.

The exterior of the new BMW X4 will be facelifted, and the manufacturer will make this SUV more aggressive than before. Also, some changes will happen inside, and we can assume a more luxurious cabin. On top of that, the X4 M high-performance variant will be once more available. This beast will come with more aggressive styling, and it will use a more powerful engine than the base model.

2021 BMW X4

2021 BMW X4 Exterior Changes

The forthcoming 2021 BMW X4 will introduce mid-cycle updates. As before, this SUV offers aggressive styling and excellent aerodynamics. The manufacturer will this time use more premium materials, and it will enlarged features such as headlights and bumpers. The front fascia, as we already wrote, is aggressive, and it wears a sizeable double kidney grille, that is also present on almost all X-class models.

LED headlights are offered as standard. Apart from that, on the back, this model sports spoiler that gives an extra dose of sportiness. As before, BMW X4 will come with standard 19-inch alloy wheels and optional 20 -inch rims. Furthermore, X4 M variant that looks more sporty will ride on a premium 20-inch wheels. Additionally, if this is not enough for you, the manufacturer also offers bigger 21-inch five-spoke rims painted in black.

2021 BMW X4 interior

Spacious and Techy Cabin

The 2021 BWW X4 is the beautiful compact SUV that provides a premium cabin. Inside there is plenty of space. With two rows of seats and enough rooms for five passengers, this SUV also offers 19 cubic feet of cargo capacity and it can be increased by 51 cubic feet with the folded rear seats. The X4 loses the battle from BMW X3 in this department.  X3 performs much better in this area, providing 29 cubic feet of room behind the second row and 63 cubic feet with folded rear seats.

The base-model X4 is well equipped. It comes with HD radio, 12-speaker sound system, Apple CarPlay, and finally, Android Auto compatibility. The infotainment system uses a 10.3-inch display screen with the newest nifty gesture-control feature. This system allows the driver to control an infotainment system using five simple hand gestures.

Colors

The all-new 2021 BMW X4 comes with a beautiful color palette of nine paints. This includes colors like Jet Black, Alpine White, Flamenco Red, Dark Olive, Mineral White, Phytonic Blue, Glacier Silver, Dark Graphite, and also one of favorite Black Sapphire.

2021 BMW X4 side

2021 BMW X4 Powertrain Specifications

The approaching 2021 BMW X4 will be available with two engines, and one of them powers mighty X4 M model. The base model is available with a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-4 powertrain that produces 248 horsepower. This engine comes to an 8-speed automatic transmission, and it uses the all-wheel-drive system or also called Xdrive, as standard.

BMW X4 M

As you may already know, the manufacturer made some changes under the X4 M model last year. The old engine has been replaced with the new turbocharged inline-6 that delivers 473 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to this powerful engine, M high-performance model sprints from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds. The competition model needs 4 seconds flat. An AWD system is also standard on this variant.

2021 BMW X4 rear

Price and Release Date

The upcoming 2021 BMW X4 is a great designed SUV that will use more techs and high-quality materials than predecessors. Because of all that, we must say that this model is not cheap. The starting price of the base model is $52,000.

However, choosing the fully loaded model can raise the price to $80,000. More aggressive styling is present on the X4 M. This model will start at $62,000. BMW manufacturer will release its newest X4 in late 2020. Closest competitions to this model are SUVs like Mercedes-Benz GLC, Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60.

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