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The BMW XM will come with a plug-in hybrid system which comprises a V8 petrol engine mated to a powerful electric motor.

28 Sep 2022 | International News : Germany


BMW has released more details of its much-anticipated BMW XM. The new XM will possess a M Hybrid drive system that delivers an overall system output of 644bhp. It is underpinned by a newly developed V8 engine that features a cross-bank exhaust manifold and an optimised oil separation process.

This allows the BMW XM to sprint from zero to 100km/h in just 4.3 seconds. A sports exhaust system featuring electronically controlled, continuously adjustable flaps and hexagonal dual tailpipes arranged one above the other will make its debut for the first time on a BMW M model.

The BMW XM, despite its considerable weight, will sprint from zero to 100km/h in just 4.3 seconds
However, if the standard model does not excite you quite enough, BMW has the XM Label Red available. The XM Label Red will be the most powerful road-legal series-produced car in the history of BMW M. It will produce a total of 738bhp from the hybrid powertrain, with a torque figure of 1,000Nm.  

When it comes to the interior, BMW has promised a generous feeling of space and high-quality materials, which will transform the rear of the BMW XM into an exclusive M Lounge. Heated backrests extending into the sides of the rear compartment and specially designed cushions offer passengers an elevated sense of luxury.

A sculptural headliner will be a highlight in the cabin, with its three-dimensional prism structure, photo mount-style border and 100 LED units for illumination. There will be a choice of four different trims for customising the interior, as well as a new vintage leather for the upper sections of the instrument panel and door panels.

The XM's interior will come with vintage leather for the upper sections of the instrument and door panels
BMW also claims that the chassis of the new XM will boast a dynamic nature similar to that of BMWs which have come before. This is due to the double wishbone front axle and a five-link rear axle with specially tuned kinematic and elastokinematic properties.

The BMW XM will come standard with adaptive M suspension Professional which includes electronically controlled dampers and active roll stabilisation with 48V electric motors and Active Roll Control. It is also the first BMW M model to feature Integral Active Steering, also part of standard specification.

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