[Video] Know more about the BMW X3 M and X4 M

The subtle yet effective modifications brought by the recent facelift will please the people looking for a new BMW X3 M or X4 M units. Their added tech and slightly upgraded looks make the newly unveiled M SUV’s even more popular and engaging. This leaves us to a dilemma: go for the new looks and get some upgraded tech in the process or buy a pre-facelift model for likely a cheaper price? Well, if you prefer the former, this video might help you get more interested.

Absolute need to know facts about the new X3 M and X4 M are curated in this short clip, created by BMW. It is like a small tradition that the Bavarian company does whenever a new model comes out. As you know, important details couldn’t be eft out. However, there is a noticeable difference compared to older such clips. Their usual setup is a host in front of the camera, which shows the changes. But this time, all we got was a voiceover.

Nonetheless, the goal is still there. The clip clearly points out what changed on the cars, from the front bumper to the headlights, grilles and even corona rings. Both cars come on new wheel styles: Sao Paolo Yellow and Frozen Marina Bay Blue. Meanwhile, you can opt for customized callipers in three colour choices. At the back, both cars got smaller changes. The X4 M has a new bumper while the X3 M comes with new taillights.

As reported by BMW, the new M cars will also carry upgraded engines. Under the hood is an S58 3-litre straight-six engine, similar to the version used on the new M3 and M4. It only means that it’s now more durable due to the newly integrated forged crankshaft and a new oil pan among other things.

Apparently, BMW also gave it a better response down low by revising the gearbox programming. All that adds up to quite a different character overall, if we’re to believe the video. Stay tuned to find out more about the driving performance of this new M model units.

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