Image gallery: 2016 BMW X1 xDrive 20d M Sport
The new BMW X is is based on an all-new platform and now offers the choice of front-wheel drive (a first for BMW in India) or all-wheel drive. The new car features bold and grown up styling, much more interior space and a richer feature set. The BMW X1 we have here is the top xDrive 20d M Sport variant that gets all-wheel drive, an aggressive body kit and some exclusive features. All variants of the new X1 - there are four - get LED headlamps and a revised version of the 2.0-litre turbodiesel that has been reworked to produce 190PS and 400Nm. Read more in our upcoming road test review. For a look at all the details that make up the new X1, scroll down.
The BMW X1 has an all new design and it looks bigger and bolder than the outgoing car
The side profile looks like a sleeker version of the BMW
The handsome rear-end gets dual exhausts and a neatly integrated spoiler. The neat looking dark grey treatment on the rear bumper makes it exclusively to the M Sport
Typical BMW dashboard is simple but good looking and angled towards the driver. Note the M steering wheel
The gear selector is a new design for a BMW. Driving mode buttons allow the driver to switch between Eco, Comfort and Sport modes
Lovely M themed key, again only on the M Sport trim
Head-up display is a segment first. M Sport only
Practical door pockets hold a 1-litre water bottle
All variants get electrically adjustable front seats, the driver's side include two memory settings
Small switches on either side of the boot electronically drop the middle row seats to expant boot space from 505 to 1,550 litres
The M Sport kit gives the car an added dose of sporty aggression
Full LED headlamps with cornering function and dual signature BMW corona rings are standard
Smart wraparound LED lamps at the rear follow a theme similar to the headlamps
Great looking M badged 18-inch wheels make it to the top model. The mid level xDrive trims also use 18-inchers while the base expedition trim runs 17-inch wheels
Starts Rs 35.9 Lakhs
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