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BMW Will Change Up Its Naming Tradition with the new XM Hybrid SUV

BMW Will Change Up Its Naming Tradition with the new XM Hybrid SUV

You won’t recognize the trim levels on the XM

There is no doubt about one thing: the next BMW XM must be huge! And we are not only talking about its dimensions. The XM will be BMW M’s first standalone vehicle since the M1 sportscar in 1978, which means it must be at least as amazing as the M1 was, if not better. The first details we have on the next XM are of course promising - an electric SUV with 750 horsepower under the hood in range-topping form will give its competition a lot to deal with.

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Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 BMW XM

Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 BMW XM

It ill feature the biggest grille ever

When BMW unveiled the XM Concept back in 2021 it announced the production version will follow in just a few years. BMW has been testing prototypes of the production version for quite some time now, and today our spy photographers managed to spot another one out in the wild. It is the most revealing prototype so far, showing more details of its future and aggressive design.

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BMW XM: How the World's Love for SUVs Killed The BMW M1's Successor

BMW XM: How the World’s Love for SUVs Killed The BMW M1’s Successor

Car enthusiasts want a BMW M sports car, but the world wants an SUV

The BMW XM is a very controversial vehicle, to say the least. The XM happens to be BMW M’s first standalone vehicle since the M1 sportscar in 1978, and it also serves as a celebration of BMW M’s 50-year history. The thing is, this is yet another SUV, and purists really want a sports car. So, did BMW M do the right thing by creating the XM instead of a successor to the M1?

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New Rendering Previews the Boxy BMW XM Before You're Supposed to See It

New Rendering Previews the Boxy BMW XM Before You’re Supposed to See It

The XM will be the most futuristic model of BMW’s lineup, and these renderings could give us an accurate idea of what to expect.

The upcoming XM SUV from BMW’s M division has been slowly losing camouflage for some time now, and a recent leak gave us our first real look at it. All of this has led to some close-to-reality renderings, and now we’ve got a new set of renderings, courtesy of Kolesa, that could be as close to the real deal as possible.

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2024 BMW XM Leaked Before You're Supposed To See It

2024 BMW XM Leaked Before You’re Supposed To See It

Here’s you chance to take a closer look at what changed from the concept XM

Take your first look at BMWs radical new X8/XM crossover. Spyshots of the X8 have already been doing the rounds, but these exclusive shots courtesy of wilcoblok give us a close look at what appears to be an almost production-spec vehicle. The lack of heavy camouflage should help us look at how the near-production model has evolved compared to the concept we saw back in November last year.

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What Were They Thinking? Original X5 Designer Roasts The New BMW XM

What Were They Thinking? Original X5 Designer Roasts The New BMW XM

Frank Stephenson breaks down the styling of the polarising XM and why they got it so wrong. However, he does have a few theories as to why BMW might be doing it

Who better to critique the styling of the polarising BMW XM than the designer of the original BMW X5, Frank Stephenson. Now Frank has featured some truly unique cars on his channel, but with the XM, he really took his time and waited for the dust to settle to finally give his opinion.

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The BMW XM is a Production-Bound 750-Horsepower Hybrid Beast

The BMW XM is a Production-Bound 750-Horsepower Hybrid Beast

As BMW’s second standalone M model, it’s related to the M1 but is wildly different

The BMW M1 was the first standalone M model, and it was produced for just three years – from 1978-1981. It has taken 40 years, but a new standalone M model has finally been revealed, and while it’s not the AMG-fighting sports car we all expected, it certainly harnesses everything that BMW M stands for. This angular, aggressive crossover isn’t an electric car as you might have expected, either. In fact, it is powered by a brutal, hybridized V-8, and even better yet, it’s heading to the production line in 2022.

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