The new BMW X1

The new model update makes the BMW X1 an even more desirable proposition. Key to its increased appeal are pronounced design revisions, a high level of versatility and a host of cutting-edge equipment features. Beneath the surface, meanwhile, powerful yet extremely efficient three- and four-cylinder BMW TwinPower Turbo engines and BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive are indicative of the driving pleasure on tap in the latest X1.


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The design: eye-catching and sporty.
The current BMW X1 wasted no time post-launch in winning over customers with its distinctive design. And the model update ensures the compact Sports Activity Vehicle now cuts an even more handsome figure.

The X1’s new look is immediately clear, with the most prominent revisions found at the front and rear. Each of the model variants – from the base BMW X1 to xLine, Sport Line and M Sport – has been given a standalone visual presence tailored precisely to its character profile. The BMW X1 M Sport is a particularly athletic-looking option, courtesy not least of lowered M Sport suspension, BMW Individual High-gloss Shadow Line trim with extended features (est. available from 11/19) and the M Aerodynamics package.

The new BMW X1 exudes a more dominant, imposing aura at the front end, in particular. Here, a larger BMW grille – the kidneys now merging in the centre – links up with new Adaptive LED headlights including sharper light iconography and a bumper with integrated LED foglamps and larger air intakes. The rear end of the X1 also houses new stylistic features. For example, the new inlay in the body-colour rear apron adopts the car’s main body colour. This new feature is included as standard and lends the rear end of the BMW X1 an even stronger sense of inherent class and coherence.

Another highlight can be found on the driver’s-side exterior mirror, which projects a two-tone LED “X1” image when the car is unlocked. This is far from just a visual trick; it also makes getting into and out of the BMW X1 that much easier.

The attractive new design of the X1 is further enhanced by three new exterior colours – Jucaro Beige metallic, Misano Blue metallic (exclusively for the M Sport model) and the ultra-exclusive BMW Individual Storm Bay metallic – and four new wheel designs.

The driving experience: powerful and efficient.
The model update is also an exercise in future-proofing for the BMW X1. At launch in summer 2019, all the petrol and diesel engines will meet the EU6d‑temp exhaust emissions standard; the BMW X1 sDrive16d and BMW X1 xDrive25d already fulfil the EU6d norm. The power generated by the efficient yet sporty three- and four-cylinder engines is translated – via BMW xDrive intelligent all‑wheel drive or a cutting-edge front-wheel-drive configuration, depending on the model variant – into dynamic performance on the road and supreme driving pleasure over rough terrain.

The BMW X1 sDrive16d, available with either a manual six-speed gearbox or seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, is particularly efficient. In manual guise, the combined fuel consumption of the 85 kW (116 hp) model is just 4.4 – 4.1 l/100 km (64.2 – 68.9 mpg imp), while CO2 emissions stand at a combined 116 – 107 g/km*. If the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is specified, the figures are 4.4 – 4.2 l/100 km (64.2 – 67.3 mpg imp) and 116 – 109 g CO2/km.*

Majoring on sports performance is the BMW X1 xDrive25d (fuel consumption combined: 5.2 – 4.9 l/100 km [54.3 – 57.7 mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: 136 – 128 g/km*), which develops maximum output of 170 kW (231 hp) and torque of 450 Nm (332 lb-ft). Whatever the situation, the xDrive25d radiates BMW’s signature driving pleasure. It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a rapid 6.6 seconds.

The BMW X1 xDrive25i is one of the top-performing models in the range in terms of dynamics. Its 170 kW (231 hp) engine teams up with the precise eight-speed Steptronic transmission to propel the car down the road with unbridled vigour. It epitomises the multi-faceted sporting ability which distinguishes all BMW X1 models. The xDrive25i races from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 6.5 seconds. Combined fuel consumption comes in at 6.8 – 6.3 l/100 km (41.5 – 44.8 mpg imp), combined CO2 emissions are 155 – 144 g/km*.

The updated BMW X1 line-up now comprises 16 engine/transmission combinations, ensuring all customers have a wealth of possibilities from which to choose.

The suspension technology of the BMW X1 provides all models with the fleet-footed agility familiar to customers, delivers precisely controllable handling and imbues the car with sublime overall dynamics. The xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system available for many of the models in the range splits drive torque between the front and rear axles to suit the situation at hand. The result is a combination of supreme traction, excellent directional stability and dynamic élan in all weather and road conditions.

Under starter’s orders: the BMW X1 xDrive25e.
The impressive efficiency of the petrol and diesel versions offered for the new BMW X1 merely whets the appetite for the arrival of the first BMW X1 with plug-in hybrid drive system. The debut of the new model next year will see BMW stepping up the electrification of its vehicle line-up once again. The BMW X1 xDrive25e (petrol consumption combined: from 2.0 l/100 km [141.2 mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: from 43 g/km**) – due to enter production in March 2020 – is fitted with the latest, fourth-generation BMW battery technology, which gives the battery a gross energy content of 9.7 kWh. As a result, the plug-in-hybrid BMW X1 can cover more than 50 km** (31 miles) on electric power alone.

Equipment: versatility and connectivity.
So the driving qualities of the BMW X1 on the road are hugely persuasive – and the same goes for the versatility of its interior. Advanced technology joins forces with generous levels of space and countless smart and functionally adept solutions.

The high quality standards of the BMW X1 are evident, for example, in the new contrast stitching on the instrument panel, which is black on its upper section and adopts the colour of the interior upholstery lower down. The contrast stitching is available for the xLine, Sport Line and M Sport models. In these variants of the X1, the floor mats also gain coloured edging and contrast stitching for the edging. The BMW X1 can also be ordered with a choice of three new upholstery variants.

One of the highlights of the BMW X1 interior is the Control Display. A centrally mounted 6.5-inch screen is included as standard. If a navigation system is specified, either an 8.8-inch or the new 10.25-inch Touch Control Display – which can be operated using the BMW iDrive Controller, voice control or touchscreen technology – comes as part of the package.

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