The first news surrounding an X4 model came about in 2007, but they were amplified earlier this year when other several automotive outlets reported on a future, smaller version of the BMW X6. According to our source, BMWBlog, the BMW X4 has moved from an idea to the Concept stage and will be showing its little face in 2011. The production model will be launched in early 2014 and will share its underpinnings and interior parts with the X3. Some similarities will include the engine lineup including a 2-liter diesel engine that will deliver 177 hp, a 3-liter diesel that will deliver 231 hp, and the turbo version that will deliver 300 hp. The petrol engine will start from a 2-liter four-cylinder engine that will deliver 163 hp and will go up to a 3-liter turbo engine that will deliver 306 hp.

The X4 will be exclusively built at the Spartanburg plant in South Carolina, currently home of the production X3. Maybe the increased production facilities have something to do with the new car.

Just what we needed, another cross over!


Source: BMW Blog

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  (780) posted on 11.25.2010

BMW could conserve their resources from silly stuff like this and develop a successor to the M1, something that I’ll fight the SLS. Sound good yeah?

  (619) posted on 11.17.2010

BMW just hasn’t implemented it except in the Z4 GT3 for something like $400K

  (518) posted on 11.15.2010

The Mini is only just in profit when production is at full tilt, so a shared production line and common components might work? Most people don’t know or care what goes on under their cars anyway.

  (442) posted on 10.20.2010

hey, don’t act like that let’s give the BMW a chance to impress us about the X4.

  (570) posted on 10.15.2010

I hated BMW when they make the E90 M5. This is just adding insult to injury

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