An updated crossover BMW X2 without camouflage was spotted on testsSeptember 30, 2020
Some publications have published photos from tests of the updated BMW X2. The vehicle received no camouflage. The debut of the crossover can be expected either at the end of this year or at the end of next.
The current BMW X2 was unveiled in 2017, so needless to say this model is in dire need of an update. And we will definitely see the crossover debut soon – most likely early next year, if not towards the end of this year. The car will go on sale as new for the 2021 model year. Foreign journalists managed to capture a prototype of a compact crossover in Germany.
Much of the X2’s bodywork will remain the same, so don’t expect major updates to the side and rear.
The front panel has received a lot of updates – the false radiator grille has become wider than the “nostrils” of the current version of the model, and the LED DRLs have acquired a new shape.
As for the round fog lights, the pair you see in the images above are just stickers. You can expect the updated X2 to match the X2 xDrive25e, the plug-in hybrid version of the model that was unveiled back in January.
This is the bulk of the expected visual changes. The new X2 is rumored to have a touchscreen iDrive infotainment system for the first time. It is also likely that there will be new safety systems and driver assistance aids. It is expected that the composition of the motor range will not change in any way.
As we previously reported, BMW is not keen to disclose when the facelifted X2 will debut. But given the recent observations and the fact that the PHEV version of the model was released more than half a year ago, we can expect that the presentation of the novelty is just around the corner.
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