The BMW M3 will not be getting a supercharged 2.0-liter turbocharged engine.
The BMW X3, which has an electric drivetrain, has a 2.3-liter naturally aspirated engine.
The BMW X4 will get a turbocharged 3.0 liter inline-six with a 3,200-horsepower peak and a peak torque of 4,500 lb-ft. It will also get a supercharger to give it a supercar torque output of 4.3 times the X3.
BMW’s supercar lineup will be a bit more diverse than last year’s model, with a new SUV, a hatchback, a sedan, and a coupe.
The X4, the X5, and the X6 will all have a 2-liter flat-six engine.
That means the X4 has more power than the X2, which is the only one of these models to come with a 2,800-hp V6.
I suspect BMW will continue to make the X1 and X2 more sporty and luxurious than their predecessors, though I don’t think they’ll be going that far.
The carmaker is also planning to add a 3-cylinder engine in the X8 and X9.
BMW isn’t going to have a 1.6-liter V6 in the next X6, and I don “see” the company putting a 3.2-liter inline-four in the upcoming X7.