In recent years, 3DDesign has become one of the go-to places for BMW owners looking to spruce up their vehicles with some exterior and interior add-ons, and the tuner’s range of parts for new X2 certainly add to its appeal.
3D Design has produced a number of carbon fiber parts for BMW’s small crossover, starting with a lightweight rear diffuser. This part probably has a negligible impact on the vehicle’s aerodynamics, but it does make the rear end look a little more aggressive. Accompanying the rear diffuser is a prominent wing jutting out of the roof and stretching over the rear window.
Spin around to the front and you’ll notice a 3DDesign splitter, once again made from carbon fiber. A set of chrome wheels and quad tailpipes complete the exterior visual modifications on this particular X2. A couple of minor changes have also been made to the cabin, including the fitment of new paddle shifters and pedals.
If we had to pick a favorite angle of the car, it would probably be the rear three-quarter. The combination of the quad tailpipes, intriguing taillight design, and large wing make it a real head-turner.
There’s no word of a hot, M Division-developed X2 coming out any time soon, so the 302 HP M35i will probably be the closest thing to it, but 3DDesign’s pumped up example does give us an idea of how an X2 M could have looked like.