During a press release at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, BMW has declared that the new X1, 2-Series Active Tourer and the recently unveiled 2016 7-Series will gain some new powertrains under the hood, which will prove to be more fuel-efficient and with low CO2 emissions.
First off, the all-new BMW X1 will receive the 1.5-liter three-cylinder petrol unit in the sDrive18i version, with 136 horsepower and a fuel consumption of 5.1-5.3 L / 100 km. On the diesel side, the xDrive AWD version will pack a 2.0-liter unit, with 150 horsepower.
Still talking about the X1, the compact crossover will also be launched with the M Sport package, meaning some cool M parts, like the BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line, M sports suspension system, BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line roof rails, as well as the 18- or the 19-inch M light wheels.
Next, the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer will be refreshed with a base 216i version, with 102 horsepower and 180 Nm of torque, which is capable to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 11.3 seconds. The base entry-level will consume 5.1-5.3 L / 100 km, with the CO2 emissions standing between 118 g/km and 123 g/km.
Finally, the latest star from the entire BMW fleet to be presented at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, the all-new 2016 BMW 7-Series will also add up the 3.0-liter diesel twin-turbo, in both the 740d xDrive and 740Ld xDrive, with 320 horsepower and 680 Nm of torque. The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in done in 5.2-5.3 seconds. The fuel consumption stands at 4.9-5.4 L / 100km, with CO2 emissions between 129 g/km and 139 g/km.