BMW pulled the wraps off the X1 Exclusive Sport, a model dedicated to the Japanese market. We are used to see special edition models designed for specific regions, this time Japan being privileged.
On the outside, buyers will be able to choose from an Alpine White or a Black Sapphire finish while the aerodynamic kit alongside the satin aluminum trim will improve the model’s appearance as well.
Under the hood sits a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine capable to produce 184 horsepower and 270 Nm of torque. The four-cylinder unit is linked to an eight-speed automatic transmission while the all-wheel drive system is on the option’s list.
Entering the cabin of the BMW X1 Exclusive Sport edition buyers will find heated front seats, an M Sport steering wheel and beige Nevada leather upholstery.
GPS navigation, an iDrive infotainment system and a pretty generous 8.8-inch display are also there for your comfort. If you live in Japan and you like the new BMW X1 Exclusive Sport, pricing starts at ¥5,190,000 with the order book being already opened.