BMW has being preparing a lot of new models for next year premiere as the 2016 year model vehicles. Among many others, new generation of the X1 could make its first appearance at Frankfurt auto show in 2015. The 2016 BMW X1 will launch second generation of the SUV. German carmaker hasn’t officially confirmed rumors, but in the meantime, we saw new X1 in the streets, so we can be sure that new car is coming.
2016 BMW X1 Performance
The 2016 X1 first change will be in drive system. The first generation of the crossover was built with rear-wheel drive, while the second will go as AWD vehicles. It is not excluded that xDrive could be replaced with FWD setup for the new 2016 BMW X1. We can also expect better aerodynamic with design changes announced for the front and back end of the vehicle. This car has being developed along with new X2 Series Active Tourer, under the name F48 BMW X1.
There will be many similarities between these models, and we expect them to share same or similar type of four-cylinder engine in diesel and petrol option of 2016 X1. German carmaker has left its developing of the V6 powertrains for these models. Driving should be enjoyable with improved handling and cornering. Also, expect slight boost in fuel economy with higher mpg rates.
2016 BMW X1 redesign
New, second generation of the X1 will not suffer changes just in mechanical part, but in visual styling, because some new design tricks are expected for 2016 BMW X1. According to rumors, second generation of the X1 will have similar cues to its bigger relative X5. Some lines will be also used as for new-coming X4.
That means 2016 BMW X1 will have more dynamic front fascia with more upright nose, and also kidney grille connected to the headlights. German company will aim younger population with these changes, because 2016 BMW X1 will come attractive, spacious and very pleasurable to ride. Interior space will be enlarged, as well as storage room. All latest gizmos and gadgets will be installed in the 2016 BMW X1.
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