2019 BMW X2 Release Date, Design, SUV Price, Spy Shots
Debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2017 for 2019 BMW X2. The spy photos reveal the definitive style. It is coming to the Frankfurt Motor Show 2017, 2019 BMW X2, the compact SUV that will be positioned between X1 and X3 winking to those looking for a greater dynamism of the lines. The spy photos of BMW X2 fully reveal the design, the camouflages conceal little and bad the main elements that define the design of the new compact SUV. Interesting rumors are also recorded on the engines of 2019 BMW X2, turbo petrol and diesel units that will cover a range of powers expected between 116 and 231 horsepower. Chapter a itself will make BMW X2 m35i, the top of the range with the signature BMW Motorsport, on which you rumored a 2 litre engine from 300 horsepower and four wheel drive xdrive.
They are currently rumours that will find confirmation at the beginning of September. What size can we expect from BMW X2? It is foreseeable to follow the X1 and place below 4 meters and 50 inches long, but radically changing the design.
The spy photos reveal a nice balanced front, wavy headlights in the upper part and more angular by the grille, wide horizontal but contained in height. The bumper band will vary depending on the motorization and fitting, with proposals in both convincing cases.
2019 BMW X2 Release Date
High and tapered belt line towards the C-pillar, with a side carved from an edge at the height of the handles. The rear headlights follow the trend proposed on BMW Series 1 and then on X3. High tail and small rear window, while the access threshold looks pretty high. The proportions are clearly those of the sports SUV. The question is: when does 2019 BMW X2 come out? It could be on the market already in the last quarter of the year, most likely we will have to wait for the beginning of 2018 to see it on the road.
The interior of the 2019 BMW X2, as shown in the Autoevolution spy photos, reveals the instrumentation with digital elements, the large display of the infotainment at the top of the bridge and the usual BMW-style main controls in the central portion. The idrive knob on the tunnel is not missing.