BMW has recently introduced the XM Label Red configurator on its website, enabling customers in the United States to customize the high-end luxury crossover according to their preferences. The BMW XM Label Red, fully customized, has a base price of $185,000. However, if you want to own this luxurious vehicle, you will need to pay $198,544, which covers the destination and handling fees.
There are a total of 11 paint color options available, which encompass shades such as Brooklyn Grey Metallic and Melbourne Red Metallic. With carbon fiber M signature accents, BMW offers a standard interior option with Fiona red and black leather upholstery.
It is also possible to upgrade from 22-inch wheels to 23-inch wheels. A 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with a plug-in hybrid powertrain powers the most potent M model ever, producing a maximum of 738 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque. The Label Red produces an additional 94 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque over the basic XM.
The Bowers & Wilkins Diamond Surround Sound System can be purchased for $3,400. This sound system offers diamond-dome tweeters, fully active amplification channels, and QuantumLogic Surround/Dynamic Sound Equalizing features.
The configurator additionally provides customers with the option to choose from five different levels of the BMW Ultimate Care+ package. Benefits include extra coverage for four years and 89,000 miles for seven years, or 125,000 miles.
Additionally, an option worth considering is the M Driver's Package, priced at $2,500, which offers enhanced speed. The highlight is one driving class held at a BMW Performance Center. Production of the XM Label Red is scheduled to commence at the BMW Group facility in South Carolina starting next month. A limited quantity of 500 units will be manufactured.