The BMW X6 has proven itself as a capable off-highway vehicle, but it will need to be more than that to take on the likes of the Ford Ranger.
Read moreThe X6 will have to be bigger and faster than the Ranger.
Its predecessor, the X5, was larger and heavier than the current X5X and X6X, and it also had a larger engine.
The new X6, however, will likely use a single engine and the front end of the X6 would be slightly smaller.
In a press release, BMW said that the X4 would be available in late 2019, but that it could be a bit later than that.
It’s possible the X8 could be available later, too, but the X7 would be the least likely.
The X8 will likely be a little more expensive than the X3, with the price of the current model set at $34,995.
BMW expects to sell about 600,000 X8s a year, with production to start in 2020.
It says it will sell 5,000 in North America and 1,000 worldwide.
It expects to deliver 1 million in North American by 2021.
The X8 has already been on the road.
Its price tag is probably not going to change much, but some customers are concerned about how it handles off-the-grid driving.
The BMW is a bit of a sleeper in the off-grid market, with a few electric vehicles like the BMW E30 and the BMW i3 already available.
With a price tag of about $32,000, the BMW X8 is a little over twice the price as the Ranger, but in the future, BMW says, electric vehicles could make up the majority of the new X8 fleet.
BMW says the X1 will cost about $37,000.
The X5 has a $31,400 price tag, and a few other EVs have similar prices.
A new X5 with a range of more than 1,500 miles will cost between $34 and $39,000 if you want to go off-rampage.
The $35,000 price tag for the X10, a slightly larger SUV, is a far cry from the $38,000 or more the Ranger has been known to command.
The BMW X7 has a price of $33,000 and is still a bit expensive than a new Tesla Model S. It is a solid choice for those looking for off road capability and range, and the X9 is the next-generation X5 that is slated for a September launch.