Scoop: New BMW X2 Is A More Stylish Take On The X1

In case anybody’s unfamiliar with the upcoming BMW X2 crossover, it will help to think of it as a sportier X1, and a younger brother to the X4 and X6 Sports Activity Coupes (SAC), though not quite as Coupe-like.

These images were taken by our spy photographers in Sweden where BMW was busy testing this camouflaged X2, a car wearing pretty much the same vinyl coat as the one spotted in Munich last month.

What this means is that we still get to see a little bit more of it, compared to those first spy images we shared with you where the rear and the front were completely covered up.

Now, the upper bumper-mounted fog lamps, headlights and taillights are again visible, as is the large kidney grille. As for the interior, we still don’t have any images to show you, though expect a multi-layered dashboard design (probably, exactly) like on the X1, with features such as BMW’s ConnectedDrive system, apps & services also available.

While we still can’t rule out a possible X2 M or a plug-in hybrid, initially the X2 will mirror its X1 sibling in terms of diesel and petrol powertrains, with available front wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions.

As for the visuals, let’s hope that next time around, BMW will be kind enough to let the X2 show us even more skin while out testing.

Photo Credits: CarPix for CarScoops


  • And we can see the new & series with facelift .))

  • ohbebek

    that’s kia

  • Bonni Gari Leksmana

    Copy the CX-5…

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