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2020 BMW X4 M40i in San Francisco

“Thrill to the power of M.”

  • Horsepower 382hp
  • 4.4s 0-60 MPH
  • SensaTec upholstery
  • Power tailgate
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2020 BMW X Models X4 M40i performance

Powerful Engine

Proof of the X4 M40i’s power is in the inline 6-cylinder 3.0-liter engine, which delivers a maximum output of 382 hp for seamless acceleration and that extra push of adrenaline.

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A Mode For Every Mood

Standard Adaptive M Suspension provides even more driving potential. The Dynamic Damper Control allows you to choose between a smooth and comfortable ride or a sporty and spirited drive.

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Look Different. Look Daring.

The defined design gives the X4 unmistakable presence, from the low coupe roofline and distinctive spoiler to the dramatic air breathers and muscular, powerful shoulders.

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Pure Viewing Pleasure

Discover the brilliance of the standard Panoramic Moonroof – from an outsider’s perspective, the cabin looks bigger, but from an insider’s perspective, the world looks bigger.

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48 month / 50,000 miles Powertrain Warranty

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Active Park Distance Control

Park Distance Control uses ultrasonic sensors in the front and rear bumpers to help you judge the distance to other vehicles and unseen objects when parking. The system uses an audible warning that beeps faster the closer you get to an object, turning into a constant tone when the distance is less than 12 inches.

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Active Blind Spot Detection

OK to change lanes? A radar sensor monitors the area around your BMW and triggers an illuminated triangular LED light in the exterior mirror to warn you that there’s a vehicle in your blind spot or approaching at high speed. If you then start to cross lanes, you will feel a slight vibration in your steering wheel - a secondary caution to remain in your lane.