The tuner just published a set of photos of the new car on their trademark wheels and also published an entire list of tuning options, the most interesting ones being the engine ECU maps, of course.
Their range extends from the entry-level xDrive20i model to the top of the line xDrive35d. For the cheapest BMW X4 they now have a kit that will take the 2-liter turbocharged petrol engine up from 184 HP and 270 Nm of torque up to 208 HP and 315 Nm of torque.
For the xDrive20d model, the engine can now reach 231 HP and 464 Nm of torque while the xDrive28i model will have 272 HP and 392 Nm of torque once they’re done with it.
The 3-liter units weren’t forgotten either. The xDrive30d model goes up from 258 HP and 560 Nm of torque up to 295 HP and 605 Nm of torque while the xDrive35i model, the one we had for our review, will be pushing 348 HP and 449 Nm of torque to all four corners of the car.
Last, but not least, the most powerful model in the range, the biturbo xDrive35d can go up to 355 HP and the monstrous value of 695 Nm of torque with an ECU remap.