New 2022 BMW X4 – Sporty Premium Coupe SUV Facelift New look, improved equipment and an optimised range structure for the customer: BMW has given its successful Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) BMW X3 and the Sports Activity Coupé (SAC) BMW X4 a comprehensive refresh.
New 2022 BMW X4
The BMW X4 adopts the new front end of the BMW X3, but adds an exclusive distinguishing feature in the form of the mesh kidney familiar from other sporty BMW models. Compared to the BMW X3, the adaptive LED headlights with Matrix function are already standard, while the BMW Laser Light, which is particularly light-intensive and has a long range, is also available as an option for the BMW X4.
Featuring flat full LED rear lights that emphasise the vehicle width and protrude strikingly from the vehicle body in their three-dimensional design, the rear section now has an even more clear-cut shape in the BMW X4 revision.
The new rear apron has a tidier appearance, with an increased proportion of painted surface and reflectors now placed vertically and lower in the bumper. The wide free-form tailpipe trims echo the horizontal lines of the upper section.
The updated lineup includes the more powerful X3 M and X4 M variants as well. BMW also offers both SUVs with the ‘M Sport’ package, which offers a more aggressive styling but are more affordable than the full-blown M models.
The 2022-iteration of the new BMW X3 and X4 models receive a new set of LED headlamps which are leaner than before. Both SUVs also feature a slightly larger kidney grille at the front, redesigned front and rear bumpers, standard 19-inch alloy wheels and a newly designed set of LED tail lights.
The BMW X3 M and X4 M models carry forward a more aggressive design. It comes with a more sporty-looking front bumper with large air intakes, offering better cooling capabilities. The performance variants of both SUVs also feature M-specific rear bumpers, along with many other sporty elements all around. Inside, the BMW X3 and X4 facelifts receive a redesigned cabin layout.
The SUVs feature large 12.3-inch screens for the infotainment display and the instrument cluster. Both, the X3 and X4 also feature the latest-generation BMW iDrive connected technology, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; among many others.
The two M models, on the other hand, come with sports seats with an illuminated M logo, premium leather upholstery, M-steering wheel with mounted controls, M-branded seat belts and lightweight 20-inch M alloy wheels (21-inch wheels offered as optional).
The 2022 BMW X3 and X4 models will, however, carry forward the same set of diesel and petrol engines from its outgoing model. All engine options will be paired to a standard 8-speed automatic transmission unit. BMW has also stated that the X3 M40i, X3 M40d and all X4 variants will get an 8-speed Steptronic Sport transmission, paddle shifters, launch control and the xDrive all-wheel-drive system as standard.
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