The 2018 BMW X2 has yet to be formally unveiled, however BMW provided a preview of the Sports Activity Coupé in a distinct "urban jungle" camouflage design, with a striking finish in yellow, grey as well as black. Take a look at it below. Although it's not debuting for one more couple of weeks, the BMW X2 has been teased in its all-natural environment, the urban jungle. Unlike a lot of teasers, which just provide a look of specific parts of the vehicle, BMW has actually decided to reveal the car in camouflage; nonetheless, unlike most prototypes, this's obtained some sprinkles of yellow and also orange on it, which certainly need to've triggered a great deal of go to transform.
Essentially a manufacturing version of the X2 Principle exposed at the 2016 Paris car show, the production BMW X2 does not stray a lot from the show auto's design and also showcases a low-slung roofline that gives it its coupe-like shape. Unlike the X4 and X6, the X2 doesn't have a liftback-type hatch and also includes a much more standard tailgate, giving it a much more conventional appearance compared to its bigger, much more polarizing brother or sisters. The auto additionally appears reduced to the ground like the much more functional X1, which is currently BMW's the very least expensive crossover as well as its only front-drive-based design sold in the United States
Like the X1, the X2 will be based on the UKL system that also underpins the entire Miniature range, indicating it will certainly be front-drive-based. Under the hood anticipate the very same 2.0-liter turbo-four with 228 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque and also eight-speed transmission as the X1. Nonetheless, considering that the X2 will certainly be the sportier version, it's possible that an M Efficiency model, just like the X4 M40i and the upcoming X3 M40i, to sign up with the schedule with even more power.
In order to not ruin the surprise, the 2018 BMW X2 was wrapped in yellow, grey and also black, which conceal the crossover's styling information, yet its trademark design components continue to be obvious. The car manufacturer calls the BMW X2 a Sports Task Coupé, and also unless it breaks away from custom, it will certainly be a sportier sibling to the BMW X1 subcompact SUV.
No word on powertrains yet, however the new car will possibly share the X1's turbocharged, 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drivetrain, for an outcome of 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. We could also except-- or wish-- for an M Efficiency variant with a bit extra muscle mass under the hood.