Chennai-made new BMW X4 launched
The all-new BMW X4 which features distinctive design, unmistakable coupé character and outstanding driving dynamics was launched in India recently. Locally produced at the BMW Group Plant Chennai, it will be available in diesel and petrol variants at all BMW dealerships in the country.
Dr Hans-Christian Baertels, President (act.), BMW Group India, said, “BMW established the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) category and the latest addition to the sporting elegance of a coupé, will be proven an instant hit in this class and will become a trend-setter. The all-new BMW X4 underscores its individual character with superior driving dynamics, standout exterior design accentuating the car’s sporting instincts, a refined premium ambience in the interior and leading-edge technologies.”
The all-new BMW X4 is available in an exclusive M Sport X design that combines the best of both worlds – an elite sports coupé radiating an off-road-focused sportiness. The striking Sports Activity Coupé confidently rules the road and is destined to stand out everywhere it goes.The new BMW X4 is available in two diesel variants – the BMW X4 xDrive20d M Sport X and the BMW X4 xDrive30d M Sport X, and in one petrol variant – the BMW X4 xDrive30i M Sport X, all of which are locally produced. The ex-showroom prices range from Rs 60,60,000 to Rs 65,90,000. The new BMW X4 is available in Alpine White non-metallic paintwork and in the following metallic paintworks: Flamenco Red Brilliant Effect, Phytonic Blue and Carbon Black. It features fine upholstery Leather ‘Vernasca’ as standard with the following combinations - Canberra Beige with decor stitching; Black with decor stitching; Black with contrast stitching Red; and Black and Cognac with decor stitching.
The all-new BMW X4 comes with innovative technologies such as the BMW Display Key that allows drivers to keep in contact with their car round the clock. Hands do the talking with BMW Gesture Control, which is part of a rigorously thought-out operating concept that recognises 6 pre-defined hand movements for control of a number of functions.