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BMW X3 M and X4 M 2019 teased, confirmed for Australia

BMW X3 M and X4 M 2019 teased, confirmed for Australia

Go-fast BMW SUVs teased.

BMW has taken to social media to tease go-fast versions of the X3 and X4 SUVs. The pair were teased in a dramatic teaser video posted to BMWu2019s M division Facebook page, still clad in camouflage. The pair are expected to be powered by BMWu2019s signature 3.0-litre inline six engine and performance-wise, they are expected to target competitors like the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio, which is powered by a 375kW twin-turbo V6, or the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S, powered by a 375kW 4.0-litre V8. BMWu0027s local arm can also now confirm that the X4 M and X3 M are confirmed for Australia, with a global launch sometime in the second half of 2019. u0022We sell more M cars as a percentage of our range than anywhere else in the worldu0022 says BMW Australia spokesperson, Adam Davis. With over 60 per cent of BMW sales now also SUVs the brand is u0022excitedu0022 for the arrival of the two mid-size performance SUVs BMWu2019s flagship twin-turbo straight-six engine produces 331kW in the current M4 Competition. However, BMW Australia confirms u0022Itu0027s true that a newly developed straight-six will be debuting on the X3 M.u0022 This marks the first time that a BMW performance engine has been launched on an SUV. Pricing is still unknown but expect the pair to be priced north of the $160,000 mark. Given that the M3, M4 and M2 are now only available in Competition spec, itu0027s a decent indicator of the specification level desired by Australians. You can also expect an active M differential, which appears in other M division models, and a digital dashboard according to previously leaked spy images. Would you be putting your hand up for an X4 M or X3 M over a Stelvio Quadrifoglio or AMG GLC 63 S? Tell us what you think in the comments below.