2018 BMW X4 is a compact crossover produced by BMW since the summer of 2014. BMW X4 2018 model derives from the BMW X3 F25 which was restyled before the arrival of its coupe version, and the sale was started in the spring of 2014. X4 concept model of the mid-class vehicle, which was already very similar to the later series model, celebrated its premiere at the Shanghai Auto Show 2013. The BMW X4 extends the BMW X series and is the second SUV Coupe from the manufacturer with the larger brother, the BMW X6.
2018 BMW X4 Design
2018 BMW X4 shares the platform with the 2018 BMW X3, but the design of the coupe SUV is only slightly adapted to the BMW X3. The front is similar to this, but the front lights and the kidneys are different, the much larger air intakes make the whole front unit wider and sportier. The X4 is, however, option- really separated from the BMW X3, in particular by the two-sectioned beads as well as the L-shaped LED reversing lights. Compared to the BMW X3, the BMW X4 looks more sporty and dynamic, with a reason is probably also that the body lowered 36 millimeters and extended by 14 millimeters.
2018 BMW X4 Interior
In the interior too much is based on the 2018 BMW X3, however, the driver’s seat compared to this was lowered by two centimeters, the three-part rear bench by three centimeters. The crossover SUV has the radio professional with the iDrive controller and a central display, a sports steering, LED fog lamps, xenon headlights and a parking warning system. The basic equipment can be supplemented by the special equipment xLine, which emphasizes the offroad character of the crossover SUV with optical styling elements such as the underrun protection and the side skirts, as well as the M package, which underlines the sportiness of the 2018 X4.
2018 BMW X4 Engine
Six different engine variants are available for the BMW X4 2018 models, three diesel engines, and three gasoline engines. In the base, the X4 is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo petrol engine that delivers 135 kW (184 hp) and develops a torque of 270 tonometers from 1250 rpm. The most powerful engine in the X4 is a six-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 3.0 liters and 360 hp. The basis of the self-ignition is a four-cylinder turbo engine with a power of 140 kW (190 hp). The top-of-the-range model is equipped with a six-turbo straight-six-cylinder engine that delivers 230 kW (313 hp) and develops a maximum torque of 630-newton meters at 1500 rpm. All 2018 BMW X4 trims are equipped as standard with the all-wheel drive xDrive, which distributes the driving force flexibly to the individual wheels. In addition, the X4 has a switch, a BMW driver’s drive switch, which allows the driver to choose between the standard settings for the engine and gearbox as well as the ECO PRO and Sports settings, depending on the requirements.
The basic 2018 BMW X4 model of the gasoline, the 20i costs 46.300 euros, the top model of the 35i 58.400 euros in the basic equipment. The basic model of the diesel X4, the 20d, is to hit with 46,000 euros, the most expensive diesel, the 35d, with 60,500 euros.
For the 2018 X4, there will be three petrol and three diesel engines as of the start of the market launch. All models have the all-wheel drive xDrive and as standard an eight-speed automatic, except for the four-cylinder diesel 20d, which is also available with 6-speed manual transmission.
In June 2016, BMW had to recall 2018 BMW X4 and 2018 BMW X3 by April 2016 due to problems at the Isofix attachment for child seats. Because one or more mounting brackets could break in the course of the operating time, a metal angle welded to the reinforcement in each case.