BMW Stop Production Of BMW X4 First Generation In Next March

By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Saturday, February 17 2018 - 23:57 IWST

BMW X4
BMW X4

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - BMW is rumored to be stopping production of Sport Activity Coupe vehicles, BMW X4 first generation in March 2018.

Quoting from the official BMW page, the move is done following the presence of the second generation of vehicles that are currently entered at the production stage.

Therefore, BMW has prepared the first generation X4 special edition that marks the end of gait vehicles produced at the Spartanburg plant since 2014.

The plant, located in the state of South Carolina, USA, is home to BMW X models, including BMW X4, BMW X3, BMW X5, BMW X6 and BMW X7 built in the factory to meet the needs of the world market.

BMW X4 not only share the model in the factory, but play a role in the development of concepts and innovation. With this model, BMW created a new category, the sporty vehicle for the premium class.

Combining a formidable quality with sporty elegance, this BMW coupe model is able to form the enthusiasm of new market segments that seek pleasure in driving, while still maintaining a luxurious feel.

Thanks to its ever-increasing popularity, the BMW X4 contributed significantly to BMW's continued sales success.

The special edition of the first generation model of BMW X4 will be painted elegant white paint and will be sent to all customers, including in Asia.

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