The president of BMW’s M division has stated that an X4 M is still a few years away.
Friedrich Nitschke also stated that it’s currently focusing on M versions of the new X5 and X6.
The two powerhouses mentioned above will likely make use of the TwinPower V8 used in the BMW M5 and the previous generation X5 M and X6M.
The X4 M meanwhile, will likely use the new TwinPower 3,0-litre six-cylinder from the new M3/M4. It’ll be one of the sportiest SUVs in the world, with around 317kW and 550Nm of torque on tap.
No official reveal date has been set, but expect to see the X4 M sometime in 2017.