2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV Performance Details Revealed

2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV – We are often disappointed when a concept becomes a production model. However, the BMW XM has our confidence that we will enjoy it as much as the show car. Although it’s less striking than that of the Concept XM, this unofficial rendering from Kolesa shows what buyers will find at their local BMW dealers starting in 2022.

2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV
2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV

2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV Review

Bavarian marque already said that the final car would retain approximately 90% of its styling. It is unlikely that there will be any major changes to this model. This render shows the plug-in hybrid SUV, which has standard door handles as well as a more aggressive front bumper.

Specs

The frontal design with split headlights is bold. We find the rear design less controversial because of its large taillights, angular exhaust tips, and stacked exhaust tips. The two-tone wheels were retained, but the center caps now feature the standard roundel letters instead of the “BMW”.

2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV Specs
2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV Specs

The Concept XM’s razor-sharp side mirror caps have been replaced with a traditional M-specific set. The upper characters line with blacked-out letters has been removed. The dark decal on the Concept XM’s side-mirror caps has been replaced with an M-specific set. The insert, which covers the shiny parts of each wheel is now metallic/chrome, follows the same trend. It is shown here. The XM is our favorite concept car. We think the XM would look even more striking with bigger taillights, and quad exhausts.

Engine

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. BMW’s 2023 XM is the most powerful BMW production vehicle. It features a plug-in hybrid system that combines a V8 and an electric engine, producing around 750 horsepower. The power crown is held by the M5 CS with 626 horsepower but no hybrid assistance.

2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV Interior
2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV Interior

2023 BMW XM Hybrid SUV Produced

The second M model will be produced at the Spartanburg plant, South Carolina, where BMW produces the X3 through X7 SUVs as well as their M counterparts.