The latest addition to the X family, the BMW X4, made its world debut on Wednesday, April 16th at the 2014 New York International Auto Show. The new BMW X4 provides the premium midsize segment its first taste of the SAC (Sports Activity Coupe) concept. Like its larger sibling, the BMW X6, the X4 offers an unmistakable and unique presence on the road. It delivers a unique combination of driving dynamics, all-road capability and style, which can only be available by a BMW Sports Activity Coupe. The X6 has demonstrated the appeal of the Sports Activity Coupe concept with 250,000 sold to date.
The color palette is pretty standard on BMW X4, similar to the other X models. The second Sports Activity Coupe can be available in Glacier Silver, Mineral White, Melbourne Red, Mineral Silver, Sophisto Grey, Deep Sea Blue, Black Sapphire, Sparkling Brown and Alpine White and Black. Inside the cabin, customers also have a wide selection of leathers and trims to choose from. It can also be ordered with two predefined packages, M Sport and xLine.
Prices for the 2014 BMW X4 start at €45,600 for the X4 xDrive20d trim with its B47 engine generating 190 horsepower. Then at €46,100 base price we have the gasoline powered X4 xDrive20i with 184 horsepower. 61 hp more beneath the hood of X4 xDrive28i will set you back at least €51,700. For the top line 6-cylinder petrol powerplant with 306 horsepower BMW asks €58,000. The 258-horsepower BMW X4 xDrive30d costs a minimum of €55,100, whereas the xDrive35d has a price of €60,100.
In United States, the BMW X4 will be available with a choice of two TwinPower Turbo engines. The X4 xDrive28i, with a MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) of $45,625 (including handling and destination), will feature the 2.0-liter 4-cylinder 240 horsepower engine, whereas the range-topping X4 xDrive35i with an MSRP of $48,925 (including handling and destination) will output 306 horsepower.