Only two trim lines will be available when the X4 arrives - M Sport and xLine. The former starts at $2,300 for the xDrive28i model and $1,900 for the xDrive35i, and includes as standard, 19-inch wheels (or optional 20s for $950), sport seats, an M steering wheel, a more aggressive body kit, a black headliner and the option of brushed aluminum interior trim. The xLine is $1,500 for the 28i and $1,000 for the 35i, and is made up exclusively of 19-inch Y-spoke wheels and dark copper interior trim.
Metallic colors dominate the pallet, with just a pair of gloss options available alongside the $550 metal-flake colors. BMW offers a pair of SensaTec leatherette options, along side a wide variety of $1,450 leather trims.
As has become BMW's forte, there are a six sets of option packages, with prices ranging from $700 for the Driver Assistance Package to $3,150 for the Technology Package. Standalone extras include adaptive dampers for $1,000, adaptive cruise control for $1,900 and a non-packaged navigation system for $2,150. BMW will also tack on a $925 destination charge.
We've wrapped up the entire pricing sheet in a handy gallery of images, available below. Have a look, and let us know what you think of the pricing and optional goodies for the new X4.