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The all-new X4 fits neatly into the BMW lineup as a baby X6, showing a more coupe-like roofline than the X5, which has traditional SUV styling.
Read more about the BMW X4's debut.
As BMW generalizes its drivetrains, there are no real surprises under the hood of the X4. It comes with either a turbocharged four-cylinder or turbocharged six-cylinder engine, similar to other cars in the lineup.
The slant-back hatch of the X4 sets it apart from the X1, X3, and X5.
All-wheel-drive comes standard with both the four-cylinder and six-cylinder X4 models.
As in other BMW models, the X4 offers premium cabin appointments.
From this photo, rear headroom looks compromised by the slant-back.
The layout of switchgear and cabin electronics follows that of other BMW models.
The X4 gets the latest iDrive controller, featuring a touchpad integrated on top of the main dial.