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Rumorpile: BMW X4 Renderings


William Maley
Editor/Reporter - CheersandGears.com
February 4, 2012

Back in January, BMW announced $900 million investment into their Spartanburg, S.C. plant to bring forth 300 new jobs and to make way for a forth vehicle to be built. That forth vehicle is a smaller version of the X6 called the X4.

Auto Express has done a couple renderings of what the X4 could look like when it goes into production in 2014.

The X4 will share the overall shape of the X6 including a sloping roofline, unique lights and bumpers, and a distinct front end. The X4 will use the X3’s platform and share engines.

Source: Auto Express
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Yaaaaaay Eagles!
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Stop the insanity. I can't wait for this SUV fad to be over. Why does BMW need 4 SUVs and 5 counting the X1 that may come here? That is stupid. And the problem is most of the people supporting this "I want a new SUV that isn't an SUV, but is trendy to park at Starbucks" are the yuppie types that buy BMWs. What is happening to performance? Automakers want to make econoboxes and SUVs now, and kill sport sedans and coupes.
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Talk about piling on the stupid.... but the current BMW crowd primarily buys for the badge and little else, so it'll probably sell despite itself.
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Due to Dual incomes, families that have no kids or the kids are finally over and off on their own, want a driving machine with the room of a Mini Van. So with that said, everyone is delivering the SUV/CUV with AWD that the market demands.

You want your driving machine, go buy your CTS-V, M3, AMG, Corvette, Camaro, Mustange, etc. Plenty of driving machines even in a dull version like the ugly camry.

This is the Age of the SUV/CUV.
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