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New BMW X4 concept car revealedBack

The new BMW X4 concept car has just been unveiled ahead of its public debut at the 2013 Shanghai motor show later this month.

BMW describes its latest concept model as a Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) and it has confirmed that a production version of the X4 will go on sale in 2014.

Similarly to the larger BMW X6, the new X4 will offer a mixture of elements from the coupe and SUV models. The front of the car sports the chunkier bumper with SUV-style cladding whilst the front grille and headlights are similar to those of the BMW 3-Series coupe, which goes on sale this autumn.

Whilst the X4’s rear tailgate and lights sport similar styling to the BMW X6, under the bonnet the X4 shares much of its design with the X3 SUV and it will be built alongside the car at BMW’s factory in Spartanburg, USA.

With no pictures yet released of the new BMW X4, it has been hinted that the cabin will share the same interior design and dashboard with the BMW X3.

BMW has not yet released any technical details but it is expected that the X4’s engine line up will again be similar to the X3, with a choice of four-cylinder or six-cylinder diesel engines and the opportunity to purchase both rear and four-wheel drive models.

The new BMW X4 has been created following the consistently high sales figures of the existing BMW X range. Since the first BMW X model went on sale to the public, average sales across the BMW X line-up have continued to increase, with one in four new BMW cars across the globe being a BMW X model.

Prices are yet to be confirmed for the new BMW X4, but an entry-level price of at least £33,000 is deemed likely.

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 15/04/2013