The BMW XM will be shown off on September 28.
In two weeks, the BMW M division will show off its first stand-alone model in more than 40 years.
The 2023 BMW XM will be the first stand-alone model from BMW's M division in more than 40 years when it goes on sale on September 28.
After months of previews and leaks, BMW USA confirmed in a YouTube video that the flagship XM SUV will be shown off on September 28 at 8am AEST.
In the 25-second video, you can hear a short clip of the BMW XM's twin-turbo V8 gasoline engine revving. This engine, which will be helped by plug-in hybrid technology, is said to produce 480kW and 800Nm.
This month, patent images of the BMW XM were found online. They show that the XM concept shown in November 2021 hasn't changed much.
A new set of photos of a BMW XM in camouflage, taken by "Sternie" (@ sternie___) and shared by spy photographer Wilco Blok (@wilcoblok), have now shown up on Instagram.
The BMW XM was seen in a public parking lot in the California town of Malibu, where its owner was quickly putting a car cover on it while the family unloaded their gear.
Under the camouflage, we can see a blue paint job that may be BMW M's Marina Bay Blue. The blue leather interior matches the blue paint job.
As was already said, the production model looks like it will have the same stacked twin exhaust tips as the concept.
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