With renderings aplenty, the BMW X4 is officially making its way into production according to CEO Norbert Reithofer.
BMW Chief Norbert Reithofer just had a chat with Auto Motor und Sport, during which he confirmed production of the German company's latest SAV. The BMW X4 is based on (and positioned above) the X3. It will measure the same as the X3 at 4.65m long. In addition, it will run on an all-wheel-drive configuration and feature automatic start-stop. Coming in either 2 or 4 doors, the coupe-like X4 model will have a smaller trunk capacity than the X3. It will lose roughly 500-liters of capacity, about 17.6 cu ft.
It comes with standard features like a heads-up display and voice control. German newspaper Auto Bild also rendered the new BMW X4 SAV, along with discussing possible release and redesign dates of the rest of BMW's X lineup. Check out the pictures and let us know what you think of the new German automobile's possible looks.