BMW introduced the new 2-Series Active Tourer for testingMarch 6, 2020
The 2-Series Active Tourer will go down in history as BMW’s first production model based on a front-wheel drive platform.
Active Tourer will survive to the second generation, this will not happen with the seven-seater Gran Tourer, as BMW will stop producing a larger variation due to slow sales. The model that managed to “survive” in the market will be based on the company’s FAAR platform used by the aforementioned cars of the 1 series and 2 series GC, from where the family car will receive an interior to better match the minivan. Its wheelbase can be slightly extended for extra legroom.
Despite the fact that the prototype is completely disguised, it is clear to us that the BMW design team has created a more attractive 2-Series Active Tourer. Note that the side mirrors are now located on the doors, rather than at the base of the front pillar, while the radiator grille seems to follow the trend, increasing in size.
The 2-Series Active Tourer may be introduced later this year before sales begin in 2021.
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