The BMW XM Label Red is the most powerful M-Car ever produced, boasting 738 horsepower and a 0-60 time of just over 3 seconds.
The coveted BMW M badge is no easy feat, and it comes with a lot of pressure.
This is especially true for the car you see here, which is the most powerful BMW M-Car ever made.
This is a limited-edition version of the brand's newest mid-size SUV, the BMW XM Label Red.
The fact that a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 powers this black monster will please purists.
It has 738 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque when combined with a 25.7 kWh battery pack.
The XM Label Red is unquestionably a heavyweight, weighing more than 2.7 kilograms.
Even so, it can go from 0 to 100 kmh in just 3.7 seconds thanks to the extremely powerful engine, which is supercar territory.
The car's boxy shape limits its top speed, which is 281 km/h, but not electronically.
The vehicle has a range of approximately 30 miles and sends power to all four wheels when operated solely as an electric vehicle.
The car has an artificial soundtrack as well as the "organic" V8 soundtrack, which was made by Hollywood score composer Hans Zimmer.
The kidney grille at the front, which is too big, is the first thing that people notice visually.
In contrast to the matte black paint on the body, it is painted matte red.
The interior follows suit with contrast red stitching and black leather upholstery for the center console, dashboard, and door panels.
The lower some portion of the seats is canvassed in dark calfskin while the upper part is managed in red games texture, which is a smart idea.
The BMW XM Label Red's production will begin in August, and prices will start around $186,000.