2020 BMW X3 M, X4 M SUVs revealed with 473 bhp

If that’s not enough for your compact performance SUV needs, BMW will also offer a Competition version in both flavours that ups the ante to 503 bhp.

Regardless of the trim, the engine feeds power through an eight-speed M Steptronic transmission that offers a manual mode should you want to change your own gears.

Other modes like M Dynamic can vary settings for everyday driving, or for nailing a perfect lap time.

As for getting sideways, BMW doesn’t come out and say there’s a drift mode specifically, but such antics are suggested in the automaker’s press release, which you can view at the end of the article.

Inside you’ll find the requisite M interior upgrades with sports seats and plenty of leather in either black or Oyster with M logos on the backrests.

BMW says production will begin at its Spartanburg, South Carolina manufacturing plant this April with first UK customer deliveries from September 2019.

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