BMW has revealed details of the next-generation X4. Essentially the coupe-like version of the new X3, it will go on sale in SA in the third quarter of 2018.
Effectively a more design-focused version of the X3, the second generation X4 will be bigger than the original, growing 81mm to measure 4 752mm from bumper to bumper.
It should also be bigger inside, with a 54mm stretch in the wheelbase to 2 864mm and BMW has added 37mm to the overall width (now 1 918mm) as well. The overall theme is a more mature design, adopting the hexagonal wheel arches of its larger siblings.
It also comes with an optional 2.2-inch touchscreen display on the car key. A technology that made its debut on the 7 Series, the key can be used to lock and unlock the car, close or open its windows or crank up the heating whenever it’s not being used for simply showing off. – BD Motor News