Following the trend brought about by the one-of-a-kind X6, the new BMW X4 features striking similarities, yet is geared toward a different vehicle persona. Designed as an SUV Coupe, the X4 exhibits a more utilitarian feel to it, unlike its big bro X6, which flashes a more aggressive stance. Being the newest member of the BMW X Family, the X4 was launched in to the Philippine motoring arena alongside the third-gen X3 at the recent 5th CAMPI Philippine International Motor Show, and in an instant, this car looks to become the German automaker’s flashy chart-topping in the next couple of years.
Available with a host of state-of-the-art German-engineered technological features, the X4’s highlight is its power plants. Featuring a twin-powered turbo 2.0L Inline 4-Cylinder DOHC petrol, with an equally capable diesel version, the X4 can belt out an astonishing 225hp and 400lb-ft of torque. Hinted by a high-ride height, this car’s xDrive off-roading capabilities will be one for the thrill-seekers. Interior space is very roomy, and with a cargo area that can accommodate many luggages, this utilitarian SUV coupe really is well deserved of its X badge.