2015 BMW X4 Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the BMW X4 Redesign. 2015 BMW X4 is one brand new car from BMW that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 BMW X4.
After unveiling the X4 Concept , BMW started intensely testing the production version of the SUV. We have caught it plenty of times in the past, and the latest time around, we got a nice glimpse of the interior.
As no surprise, the BMW X4 will carry cues from the X3 inside and out. There are a few differences between the X3 and X4, of course, just like the X6 gets more of a coupe look when compared to the X5 that it’s based on.
The X3 and the X4 will be built on the same platform, so they will share similar chassis setups and engines. One big difference will be that the X4’s interior will be a little more luxurious than the X3. The X4 will also feature a brand-new layout that features a large iDrive display and an enlarged instrument cluster specially developed to offer the driver the best experience behind the wheel.
The 2015 BMW X4 hits showrooms this spring, priced from $45,625 for the X4 xDrive28 and $48,925 for the X4 xDrive35i. Both prices include destination charges.
The new BMW X4 offers the premium mid-size segment its first taste of the Sports Activity Coupe concept. Like the successful and still unique BMW X6, 250,000 units of which have now been sold, the new X4 also provides a compelling and unmistakable presence on the road.
Visually, it combines to perfection the powerful character of a Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) with the sporting elegance of a classical coupe.
The new BMW X4 is based on the technical blueprint of the BMW X3, but displays a sporting character very much its own and takes dynamics to another new level. That much is clear when you view the new model head-on. The large air intakes positioned on the outer edges of the front end and the character lines in the front apron allow the BMW X4 – with its signature BMW twin headlights and front fog lamps (both optionally with LED technology) – to maximise its visual presence on the road.
The roofline reaches its highest point above the driver and then swoops down smoothly to the trailing edge of the tailgate, mimicking the design language of a classical sporting coupe. The signature swage line running along the flanks of BMW models is split into two on the X4. The first section rises dynamically from the front wheel arches to the rear door handles, while the second part draws the eye to the muscular sculpting of the rear wings. The rear end, complete with L-shaped LED lights in exclusive X4 design and diffuser-look styling, likewise highlights the outstanding dynamic ability of the new BMW X4 – even before it turns a wheel.
The interior of the new BMW X4 reveals a harmonious synthesis of sportiness and exclusivity. The X4’s body is mounted 36 millimetres closer to the road than that of the BMW X3. The driver and front passenger sit 20 millimetres lower and the rear passengers 28 millimetres lower, creating the feeling of a classical sports coupe. It is a sensation reinforced by the rear seat bench, which comes with the type of continuously moulded side supports normally only provided by two individual seats, but still offers space for three passengers. Equally impressive is the load capacity available (500-1,400 litres), which can be used in a wide variety of ways thanks to the standard 40:20:40 split rear seat bench. Everyday usability is further enhanced by the standard-fitted automatically opening tailgate. This can be specified as an option with the extra convenience of the Smart Opener, which allows it to be opened with a movement of the foot. All BMW X4 variants are fitted with the Radio Professional with iDrive Controller and central display. Among the features contributing to the flawless ergonomics inside the new BMW X4 is the touch-sensitive surface of the new iDrive Touch Controller (available in conjunction with the Navigation System Professional), which allows drivers or passengers to use their finger to write letters for text inputs – a navigation destination, for example.
The premium quality and exclusivity of the interior are underlined by selected materials, subtle electroplated accents, a high-gloss black-panel look (in models with the two-zone automatic climate control system) and aluminium trim strips in the wood panelling. The unmistakable character of the BMW X4 is further highlighted by a level of standard equipment even more generous than that found on board the BMW X3. Indeed, the BMW X4 comes as standard with an automatically opening tailgate, a sports leather steering wheel with gearshift paddles (not available for the X4 xDrive20d with six-speed manual gearbox), variable sport steering, Performance Control and Park Distance Control at the rear.
In the U.S., the X4 will offer the same powertrains as the companion X3. The base powertrain will combine a turbocharged 2.0-liter four rated at 240 horsepower with an eight-speed automatic in the X4 xDrive28 model. The more powerful turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six X4 is good for 300 horsepower in the X4 xDrive35i. BMW estimates 0-60 mph times with the X4 xDrive28i owners at 6.0 seconds, the X4 xDrive35i, in just 5.2 seconds. No M version has yet been confirmed; all X4s will come with all-wheel drive.