BMW announced a mega line-up of new models arriving by 2021 with the main emphasize on two concepts, the new X2 Concept officially launched about a month ago and arriving in production guise in 2018, as well as the newly spied 8-Series arriving somewhere in 2019.
The same BMW has also released a new media gallery with the magnificent 2018 BMW X2 Concept, which highlights the SUV`s evolutionary and imposing design.
Even if it comes with the carmaker`s new philosophy in terms of visuals and main styling bits from the new X1, the X2 Concept also comes with its own personality, starting with the front and ending with the rear.
The model`s front is highlighted by the later center air intake under the kidney grille, while the rear is dominated by the dark cladding under the rear apron, which accentuates the much slicker feel, all these separating it from the all-new BMW X1.
But the styling details don’t stop here, as the 2018 X2 will arrive with a sportier and more aggressive roofline, short overhang, upright kidney grilles and huge headlights, all increasing its personality. Even if much of the details inside are not unknown at the moment, we think that it will boast with the latest technology, like semi-autonomous driving, gesture control and much more, all already found on the newly-presented 2017 BM 5-Series Sedan.
In the engine department, the X2 production version will boast with the company`s new three- and four-cylinder turbo engines, some of them destined for Europe and some for the United States. In Europe for instance, the new X2 will come with a 1.5-liter three-cylinder turbo gasoline and a six-speed manual coming standard, shortly followed by a 2.0-liter diesel, while the US market will get the top of the line B48 turbocharged flat-four gasoline.