2023 BMW XM: Launch Date, Specifications, Price, Updates: In this blog we will be talking in detail about the new launch by BMW i.e, The BMW XM 2023 will be available in Australia in the first half of next year, with the German automaker revealing price for its first plug-in hybrid M SUV.
The first dedicated BMW M vehicle in more than 40 years, shown earlier today, will be priced from $297,900 plus on-road expenses, beating performance SUV rivals such as the Lamborghini Urus ($395,888) as well as the Aston Martin DBX ($356,512).
BMW surprised everyone in November 2021 when it unveiled the radically angular Concept XM. Prepare to meet the future production version, which will have basically the same divisive design, including the love/hate split headlamps found on the new 7 Series and X7 facelifts. The edgy SUV, which is only available with a plug-in hybrid engine, is the first independent M product since the original M1 was phased out in 1981.
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2023 BMW XM Specifications
|Acceleration||zero-to-60-mph time of just 4.1 seconds|
|All-electric range (WLTP Combined)||324 miles|
|Max speed||250 km/h|
|Torque||800 Nm of massive torque|
|Dimensions||5,110 mm (201.2 in) · 2,210 mm (87.0 in) · 1,755 mm (69.1 in).|
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The 2023 BMW XM will go into production at the Spartanburg facility in South Carolina before the end of the year. The base price is $159,000 (plus $995 for destination and shipping), but a more pricey version will be available next year. The first in a series of BMW Label cars, known as the XM Label Red, will go into restricted production in mid-2023, with over 735 horses and 735 lb-ft of torque (nearly 1,000 Nm). Prices start at $185,000. BMW will include customised paint, wheels, upholstery, and interior trim items in exchange for your money.
Turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 petrol engine producing 360kW and 650Nm.
BMW claims 480kW and 800Nm combined outputs when coupled with a 145kW/280Nm electric engine and a 25.7kWh battery pack.
An eight-speed automatic transmission sends power to all four wheels, and BMW claims the XM can sprint from zero to 100km/h in 4.3 seconds.
Drivers may opt to just use electric power, restricting the 2023 BMW XM’s peak speed to 140km/h and creating a ‘electric driving sound.’ According to European testing, it has a driving range of 82-88km when running purely on electric power.
Features of BMW XM 2023
- 22-inch aluminium alloy wheels (23-inch available as a no-cost option)
- The exterior trim colour is ‘Night Gold’ (high gloss shadow line available as a no-cost option)
- Paintwork in metallic tones
- The ‘kidney’ grille surround is illuminated.
- Interior carbon-fiber trim
- Automatic four-zone temperature control
- Interior merino leather upholstery
- Front heated seats with ventilation and a massaging function
- Rear-seat heated backrests
- Armrests and centre console are heated.
- Front cup holders that are heated and cooled
- 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster; 14.9-inch touchscreen infotainment)
- The head-up display
- Digital radio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
- Navigation using satellite
- Charging your smartphone wirelessly
- 1500-watt Bowers & Wilkins sound system
- Interior ambiance lighting
- BMW Smart Key Plus (allowing Apple iPhone users to lock and unlock doors)
- Professional Driving Assistant bundle, which includes:
- Automatic emergency braking
- Lane-keeping assistance
- Assist with lane centering
- Monitoring for blind spots
- Parking Assistant Professional has a 360-degree camera with 3D vision.
- Parking assistance
- AC charging at up to 7.4kW for tyre pressure monitoring systems
- BMW Service Contract for 5 Years