The new BMW X4 M40i.

With a introduction of a new BMW X4 M40i, a successful BMW X4
array has gained a new tip model. In a Sports Activity Coupe
shred (SAC), a BMW X4 M40i is environment new standards with even more
keenly honed pushing dynamics, a high grade of emotionalism and
unaccompanied exclusivity.

Distinctive look.

The extraneous of a new BMW X4 M40i demonstrates clearly the
high standards set by BMW M Performance automobiles. Exclusive
accents of colour on a front of a car and a side mirrors
finished in lead Ferric Grey as good as a disdainful 20-inch
M light-alloy double-spoke wheels with a Ultra High Performance
tyre brew (optional) and a sports empty complement with valve control
and Chrome Black tailpipes on both sides stress a unique
impression of a new BMW X4 M40i. In a interior too, a typical
impression of a BMW M is always present. The M leather steering
wheel, a M gear change lever, a competition seats and model-specific
doorway sills yield a foretaste of approaching pushing pleasure, just
like a “X4 M40i” digital lettering on a instrument cluster.

Powerful and economical.

A newly grown M performance TwinPower Turbo inline
six-cylinder petrol engine celebrates a universe premiere in a new
BMW X4 M40i. This petrol engine delivers 265 kW/360 hp during between
5,800 and 6,000 rpm from a three-litre capacity, providing a
limit torque of 465 Nm (combined fuel consumption: 8.6 l/100 km;
total CO2 emissions: 199 g/km)*. With this high-performance
engine and a modernized M Performance TwinPower Turbo technology,
a BMW X4 M40i accelerates in reduction than 5 seconds to 100 km/h
and can strech a tip speed of 250 km/h (electronically limited).

Superior pushing dynamics.

The privately tuned sports framework of a new BMW X4 M40i
provides pushing dynamics during an modernized level. Stronger springs and
stabilizers, increasing cove on a front axle, a adaptive
dampers privately tuned to M Performance specifications and the
BMW xDrive 4 circle expostulate complement with a back wheel-drive
characteristics including Performance Control, safeguard a neutral
self-steering response as good as a reduced hurl bent and
pledge a limit of pushing pleasure.









* Consumption values were dynamic on a basement of a EU test
cycle, depending on a circle and tyre sizes.


Please see a “Guide on Fuel Consumption, CO2 Emissions and the
Electrical Energy Consumption of New Passenger Cars” for further
information on a central fuel consumption, a central specific
CO2 emissions and a electrical appetite expenditure of new passenger
cars that is accessible during all points of sale, during a Deutsche
Automobil Treuhand GmbH (DAT), Hellmuth-Hirth-Str.1, 73760
Ostfildern-Scharnhausen and under
Guide to CO2 (PDF ‒ 2.7 MB).