The bold BMW XM is a vehicle tailored for individuals akin to the Patrick Batemans of the world—a reminiscent nod to the power suits of the ’80s. It stands out as a flashy emblem of success, now available at a significantly reduced price of 50,000 euros (!).
While opinions on modern BMW designs may vary, there’s no denying their ability to spark conversations. Despite its oversized nature and multitude of attributes, including being big, powerful, and weighty, the BMW XM surprisingly incurs minimal BPM penalties from the Tax Authorities, thanks to its plug-in hybrid drivetrain.
The latest variant, the XM 50e, manages to slash the starting price by a substantial 50,000 euros, now priced at 129,989 euros. The XM, the version above, is listed at 178,396 euros. Sporting a 476 hp 3.0-liter inline-six engine combined with an electric motor, the XM 50e accelerates to 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds and boasts an electric range of approximately 80 kilometers on a full battery.
Moving up the hierarchy, the BMW XM and the XM Label Red feature a robust 4.4-liter V8 with plug-in hybrid support, generating 653 and 748 hp, respectively. The Label Red variant, priced just above €200,000, showcases BMW’s commitment to high-performance luxury in the world of SUVs.
BMW’s decision to reduce the price of their iconic Bokito model by 50,000 euros is a significant marker in the automotive world. This move not only democratizes luxury car ownership but also allows for more individuals to experience the raw power and refined engineering that the brand is renowned for. The company’s bold step hints at a new era of affordable high-performance vehicles and paves the way for further market disruption. Now more people can indulge in what was once considered an exclusive privilege. If you’ve ever dreamt of owning a piece of German engineering brilliance, now is your time to act.