BMW X-Coupe

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BMW X-Coupe
Bmw x-coupe.jpg
Manufacturer BMW
Production 2001
Body and chassis
Class Concept crossover coupe
Body style 2-door crossover coupe
Related BMW X5
Engine 3.0l Turbo-diesel
Predecessor BMW Nazca C2
Successor BMW Z4 Coupe
BMW Z4 M Coupe

The X-Coupe was a concept crossover coupe from BMW, debuting at the 2001 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Based upon the BMW X5 chassis,[1] the X-Coupe featured an aluminium body and a 3.0 litre turbo-diesel engine. The BMW X-Coupe has debuted at the 2001 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, it is based on the BMW X5 chassis, it was a crossover coupe. Unlike the BMW X5, the X-Coupe had an aluminium body, a trunk opening downwards and two doors that swing outward. The X-Coupe was a crossover coupe, it featured an aluminium body, a 3.0 litre turbo-diesel engine, a trunk opening downwards, two opening conventional doors that swing outward and large tires and large rims.


  1. ^ "Ultimate Car Page"