BMW XM Label Red is the most powerful M car ever built
The new BMW XM Label Red is the most powerful M car ever built, with a hybrid V8 engine producing 738 horsepower.
There’s more to the BMW XM Label Red than the cosmetic addition of some sort of red lipstick to the lines. No, this is the most powerful M car ever made by the German automaker.
This new, ultimate version of the hybrid V8 super-SUV offers a whopping 738 hp and 1,000 Nm of power, meaning this luxury German behemoth can hit 100 km/h in a supercar-like 3.7 seconds before coasting to a limited top speed of 250 km/h.
Power is sent to all four wheels via the M xDrive all-wheel drive system, which only enhances the quick power delivery (accentuated by the electrification that lies below the surface) to create the instantaneous performance. And as for the EV-only mode, you can expect around 50 miles of actual range, which is enough to get around cities on a daily basis, with Hans Zimmer-produced sounds buzzing in the background.
But the BMW XM Label Red is not really intended for that. As standard, the car comes with the adaptive M suspension Professional – with electronically controlled dampers and active roll stabilization – M Sport brakes and dynamic tuning that supports the handling department. This is because the XM Label Red is better suited for long luxury road trips or hurtling down country lanes, taking advantage of the car’s powerful hybrid V8.
In addition, this specific version of the “Sports Activity Vehicle” features details such as a “Toronto Red” metallic accent tire, red model badges and wheel inserts, 23″ wheels and a black and red motif in the futuristic cabin.
The BMW XM Label Red can be seen in the images, while more information can be found online.