The BMW X2 debuted in 2017 and is the sportier and more stylish alternative to the X1 and X3. Especially in the M35i version, the crossover shows all your muscles with 306 horsepower, xDrive all-wheel drive and an aggressive look.
The new model still seems far from its debut, but we can begin to imagine it based on what the X1 will be like.
Related to the X1
The second generation could, in fact, capture numerous aspects of the new X1 arriving in 2022. The spy photos of the X1 highlighted the new proportions in terms of design with wider wheel arches and a new front grille. Both the X1 and the X2 should also use a new architecture designed for front-wheel drive models (but there will also be the integral variant) and to accommodate a larger battery pack.
This new solution will lead to a wider X2 than the current model. Given the trend of the latest models, we expect a larger kidney grille, although it will hardly be offered with the vertical development of the 4 Series.
In fact, from the spy photos of the X1 you can see the horizontal extension of the grille which should therefore look more like that of the 3 Series and the 5 Series. coming in the restyling of the X7.
A new “i” in the range
Like the X1, the X2 will also be offered with petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid engines. The range should be completed with a 100% electric version (it could be called iX2) to continue BMW’s “green” expansion after the i3, i4, iX3 and iX. The plug-in version should instead improve the current generation, which guarantees about 57 km in electric mode.
While the new X1 could be officially unveiled in the course of 2021, the X2 is expected to be announced towards the end of 2022.
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