The X4 M starts with a luxury feature set to match the luxury price. The exterior wears 20-inch wheels, adaptive LED headlights, heated and power-folding side mirrors, quad tailpipes, roof rails, rain-sensing windshield, and aerodynamic accents.
Inside, seats are upholstered in Vernasca leather, the front seats are heated and powered, and sound comes courtesy of Harman Kardon. Three-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic moonroof, and keyless entry are standard.
BMW’s driver assistance software, adaptive cruise control, and lane keeping assist come in the Driver Assistance Plus Package for $1,700. Automatic parking and a head-up display are hidden in the Executive Package ($2,500), which also adds gesture control, wireless charging, a heated steering wheel, and heated rear seats.
Performance enthusiasts will want the pricey Competition Package ($7,000), which adds 21-inch wheels, M Sport seats and badging, aggressive exterior accents, and a dual-exhaust system in addition to the engine tune.
The bundles hold most of the available options – the only standalone add-ons are ventilated front seats ($350), M sport seats ($950), and carbon-fiber exterior accents ($4,100).
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The 2021 BMW X4 M is polished enough (and expensive enough) to start, but the packages are worth a look. We’d add the Driver Assistance software, plus the Competition Package if budget allows.