The differences between the new and the old X4 could rightly be considered as an eye test. The 2019 X4 features a new front fascia with revised fog lights and lower intakes. Along the sides, the new X4 punctuates its longer, wider stance with deeper creases lower in the body panels and a shallower slope to the rear hatch. Around back, it features revised taillights and a rear bumper borrowed from 5-Series. BMW's modus operandi: if it ain't broke, it'll still sell.
Inside, the X4 is equipped with BMW's top-shelf infotainment system featuring a 10.25-inch touchscreen and navigation as standard equipment. Active safety features such as active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking are available, but not standard. Chances are good that you'll have to pay more for Apple CarPlay.
Look for the new X4 to be unveiled at the 2018 Geneva motor show. For more coverage of the show, head over to our dedicated hub.
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