Rendering – The BMW X4 Coupé takes on the Range Rover Evoque Coupé

Posted on: May 4, 2013 - 12:41pm IST

BMW X4 two door Coupe front

The BMW Concept X4 is still fresh from its 2013 Auto Shanghai show floor glitter. BMW had unveiled the concept version of the car which looked more like the production model and needless to say the potential Chinese customers, among many others, were thoroughly impressed.

BMW X4 Concept auto shanghai 2013 live side right BMW X4 Concept auto shanghai 2013 live rear quarter right

The Concept X4 is a mini X6 and BMW would rather you call it a SAC (Sports Activity Coupé). While the concept car did look amazing, this two-door coupé rendered by Theophilus Chin takes it a step further.

BMW X4 two door Coupe

This is what you would call thoroughly blending two types of cars – the stylish 2-door coupé and the stance of an SUV. However, due credit must be given to Land Rover for boldly making the Range Rover Evoque Coupé, and better still putting it into series production.

While BMW may never make such a 2-door version of the Concept X4, good news comes in the form that the full fledged 4-door is touted to grace dealerships in the early part of next year.

Range Rover Evoque
Two-door SUV coupés will have their own niche following

The Concept X4 measures at 4.64 meters in length and 1.91 meters in width. Since the X4 is based on the X3, the wheelbase is identical at 2.8 meters.

The BMW X4 will be built in BMW’s American facility located at Spartanburg. Other ‘X’ models of BMW are also being built there.

See more images and read about the BMW Concept X4

If you’re reading this BMW, can you please add this 2-door coupé to your portfolio as well?

[Source – Theophiluschin.com]

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2 thoughts on “Rendering – The BMW X4 Coupé takes on the Range Rover Evoque Coupé

  1. loveit says:

    getting me an X4

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  2. sandy says:

    Personally, I like the SUV being a bit boxy and straight lines like the Range Rovers, Merc’s etc.; then comes the likes of straight and curvy mix like Toyota’s, Audi’s, Mitsubishi’s.

    Reply

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