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PostHeaderIcon BMW X2 M35i

The BMW X2 M35i is the range-topping version of the X2 mini SUV that slots between the familiar X1 and X3. The beefed-up crossover arrived in 2018, less than a year after the X2 went into production. The X2 M35i anticipates the arrival of the Audi SQ2 and a potential competitor that Mercedes-Benz may launch soon.

Following in the footsteps of the X3, the X2 spawned an M-prepped version with higher performance. The big news here is that the M35i hides the first-ever four-cylinder engine modified by the M Performance division under the hood. The X2 M35i is also the most powerful four-cylinder model conceived by BMW so far. I guess this makes up for the fact that the M35i is just an X2 with the M Sport Package inside and out. But let’s find out more about that in the review below.

PostHeaderIcon BMW X2 M35i Launched with the company’s most powerful four-cylinder yet

It hasn’t been long since the BMW X2 arrived to slot between the X1 and X2, and we’re already expecting a full-blown M version. The X2 M has yet to be confirmed, but BMW just launched a range-topping model with an “M35i” badge.

PostHeaderIcon BMW X2 – Updated

Micro Hexagon fabric

Rumors have been stirring about BMW building an X2 crossover since 2011, but it took some four years to see it in the metal for the first time. The small SUV first hit the streets in October 2015 and resurfaced again in January 2016, heavily camouflaged on both occasions. Later on, a concept car was showcased at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, making the company’s intentions about expanding the X lineup clear as daylight. Come 2017 and the X2 broke cover as the company’s sixth crossover. Essentially a sleeker, coupe-like version of the X1, the X2 competes against the likes of the Audi Q2, which was launched in 2016. It also completes BMW’s lineup of so-called coupe-style crossovers, which already includes the X6 and the X4.

The new compact SUV shares underpinnings with the second-generation X1, which rides on the same UKL platform found in the Mini Cooper and the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer. As a result, the X2 is front-wheel driven in the absence of xDrive AWD and also borrows the X1’s powertrains, meaning it will cross the pond to the U.S. in similar configurations. Launched in Europe in November 2017, the X2 made its North American debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show and will arrive in U.S. dealerships this spring.

Update 7-6-2018: The BMW X2 M35i was caught testing on the Nurburgring Check out the video in our special section below!

PostHeaderIcon BMW X2 – Updated

Micro Hexagon fabric

Rumors have been stirring about BMW building an X2 crossover since 2011, but it took some four years to see it in the metal for the first time. The small SUV first hit the streets in October 2015 and resurfaced again in January 2016, heavily camouflaged on both occasions. Later on, a concept car was showcased at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, making the company’s intentions about expanding the X lineup clear as daylight. Come 2017 and the X2 broke cover as the company’s sixth crossover. Essentially a sleeker, coupe-like version of the X1, the X2 competes against the likes of the Audi Q2, which was launched in 2016. It also completes BMW’s lineup of so-called coupe-style crossovers, which already includes the X6 and the X4.

The new compact SUV shares underpinnings with the second-generation X1, which rides on the same UKL platform found in the Mini Cooper and the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer. As a result, the X2 is front-wheel driven in the absence of xDrive AWD and also borrows the X1’s powertrains, meaning it will cross the pond to the U.S. in similar configurations. Launched in Europe in November 2017, the X2 made its North American debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show and will arrive in U.S. dealerships this spring.

Update 7-6-2018: The BMW X2 M35i was caught testing on the Nurburgring Check out the video in our special section below!

PostHeaderIcon Video: BMW X2 M35i Caught Testing at The Nurburgring

A number of BMW X2 M35i models were recently spotted at the Nurburgring doing some test runs. The most eye-catching of these X2 models was dressed up in a gold paint finish with very little camouflage hiding its panels. Two other models could be seen with it, but with the crossovers moving, it’s not hard to see what the new model is going to look like when it finally arrives.

The dynamic coupe-like styling of the X2 M35i is inescapable. Even from afar, you can see its resemblance to the new X2, though it’s unlikely that both models will look exactly the same. That’s what those camo wraps are for, after all. It is interesting that BMW left those in place because it’s probably a sign that there’s going to be some light reworking on those sections to accommodate the performance-enhanced identity of the X2 M35i.

A few of the new elements we observed from this video include the wheels. They look to be the same type of wheels from the ones we saw on an earlier prototype from the beginning of the year.

The interior is likely going to get its own splash of features, though the configuration will also remain largely the same. The big difference with regards to the X2 M35i is its power. Since it’s technically not the M2, don’t expect it to be a performance fiend. Still, it’s good for at least 300 horsepower, all thanks to an upgraded version of Bimmer’s 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, codenamed B48A20T1,
that’s sitting pretty under that hood. It’s paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, which will be responsible for sending all that power to all four wheels.

While it does appear that the X3 M35i is struggling on some of the corners at the Nurburgring, I’m not worried about what it’s capable of. For all we know, the unidentified test driver could be doing it intentionally to test the crossover’s brakes. What we do know is that the X2 M35i is going to have its fair share of fans once it becomes available later this year or in early 2019.

PostHeaderIcon Like the BMW X2? Well You Can Get a Matching Sneaker Too

BMW is going all out with the BMW X2 “Show Yourself” marketing campaign, so much so that there’s even a matching sneaked up for the taking.


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The shoes itself is made by VOR and is quite simplistic, following the footsteps of other VOR products. They are primarily white with the same Galvanic Gold X2 coloring on the heel and around the upper eyelets. There’s even an “X2” embossing on the rear of the shoe.


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The shoe will be available from manufacturer VOR, BMW dealers, or BMW online. According to BMW’s Head of Marketing in Germany, Stefanie Wurst, the shoes “show the unconventional and fresh side of the brand.” She also believes that the shoes address the “extroverted people who want to use the vehicle to express their individual lifestyle.”



Exclusive BMW X2 release model. You can't buy it - But you will get the chance to get your hands on a pair of this strictly limited edition. Stay tuned! @bmw - @vor.shoes . Made in Germany #vorshoes #vor #sneakers #footwear #bmw #premiumproducts #madeingermany #footweardesign #industrialdesign #design #creativeminds #munich #brands #whomademyshoes #bmwx2 #limitededition

We’re really not sure what that means, but the shoes themselves are about as aggressive as a furry teddy bear and seem quite the opposite of the new X2. Then again, there’s something to be said about have the right amount of contrast. But, what do you think?

References

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PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2018 BMW X2

It is a tall car or a small SUV? We don’t know, but it certainly looks good as a wallpaper for the weekend.

2019 BMW X2 Wallpaper


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PostHeaderIcon BMW X2 Convertible

Introduced in 2017 as a follow up to a concept vehicle launched in 2016, the X2 is BMW’s sixth crossover and the smallest of its kind alongside the X1. Although the even number in the badge suggests that this crossover is actually a smaller version of the X4, the X2 is far from being a coupe. Somewhat similar to the X1 in terms of shape and size, the X2 does have a few unique features that help it stand out. Already available in Europe and soon to be offered in the U.S. as well, the X2 could get a convertible version in the future. According to recent reports, BMW is already studying a business case for a competitor to the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Not yet approved for production, the X2 Convertible is reportedly under serious consideration, with BMW having already conducted a study found that a significant number of drivers would buy such a model. A decision will be made later this year, but the X2 Convertible appears to be a solid proposition if BMW wants to further expand in the crossover segment. Should it get the green light, it will become the company’s eighth crossover, given that it will arrive after the flagship X7. Until BMW confirms it, let’s find out more about what it may bring to the table in the speculative review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW X2 Convertible.

Exterior

  • Unique design
  • LED headlamps
  • Sleek look in convertible layout
  • Optional 20-inch wheels

2018 BMW X2 - image 740849
“The X2 Convertible will be identical to its standard sibling below the waist”

So how will BMW turn the X2 into a convertible? Well, it may sound tricky for an SUV, but it’s not that complicated. A quick look at the Range Rover Evoque Convertible and it’s pretty obvious that the process is similar to coupes: chop off the roof and redesign the bottom of the C-pillars. All told, it’s safe to assume that the X2 Convertible will be identical to its standard sibling below the waist.

This means it will also sports the design features that make X2 the first unique BMW design since the i3 and i8. While the headlamps are shared with the X1, the grille and the bumper have been redesigned specifically for the X2. Unlike other BMW-made SUVs, the X2’s grille is wider at the base than at the top, giving the front fascia a broader, more distinctive appearance. BMW also ditched the familiar horizontal side vents in the bumper in favor of triangular cutouts, while the center vent is rectangular instead of trapezoidal.


2018 BMW X2 - image 740839
“The B- and C-pillars will disappear with the roof”

It’s the profile that will change quite a bit without the metal top. The relatively clean lines and the extra cladding of the standard X2 will remain, but the B- and C-pillars will disappear with the roof. The short decklid and the tall beltline will make the X2 Convertible look very similar to the 2 Series compact. Of course, the rear doors will be removed altogether, while the front doors will become longer for easier access to the rear seats. I may sound strange, but I’d actually prefer an X2 Convertible with four doors. Why? Simply because no one is doing four-door convertibles anymore.

Both Land Rover and Nissan turned the Evoque and Murano into two-door vehicles for the convertible version and I’d very much like to see an automaker take things up a notch and keep all four doors. If it was possible back in the 1950s and 1960s, I don’t see why it can’t be done in the 21st century.


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“The X2 Convertible will lose the BMW roundels on the C-pillars”

Along with the roof, the X2 Convertible will also lose one of its most exotic features: the BMW roundels on the C-pillars. The X2 is the first X model to have them and we will no longer see them on the drop-top unless BMW chooses to move them somewhere else.

Around back, the drop-top should retain the X2’s unique taillights, which look sleeker and become wider in the lower area instead of the top. The tailgate that’s so neatly integrated into the body thanks to a lower crease that separates the badges from the upper section will be replaced by a more conventional trunk lid. On the other hand, the tall bumper that integrated the license plate recess, yet another unique feature, will remain in place.

So will the X2 still look good in a convertible body style? This rendering from X-Tomi suggests it will. I’m not a big fan of current BMW designs and I like it. This must mean something, right?

Moving over to features, expect the convertible SUV to be offered in the same four equipment trims. Full-LED headlamps will standard on every model but the base SE, while the M Sport and M Sport X versions will get optional 20-inch wheels.

Interior

  • Interior based on X1
  • Infinite headroom
  • Optional leather upholstery
  • Solid tech package
  • Smaller trunk due to foldable top

2018 BMW X2 - image 740827
“Don’t expect anything extra aside from the missing pillars and the infinite headroom”

Inside, the convertible will get the same interior as the standard model, which borrows everything from the X1. Yup, it’s all about development costs here so don’t expect anything extra aside from the missing pillars and the infinite headroom.

Around since 2015, the X1’s cabin layout is still relatively fresh and boasts the horizontal dashboard and door panel design we’ve seen in most current Bimmers. The A/C vents have a similar orientation, as do the control panels in the center stack, which makes the cabin seems roomier than it actually is.

One cool feature is the standard contrast stitching on the dashboard, center console, and the seats, giving the cabin a premium look even in the most affordable trim. The base model is equipped with fabric upholstery, but the M Sport version, also likely to be offered with the convertible, spices things up with a bit of Alcantara. Leather is also available, but only with the range-topping M Sport X variant. The fancy Dakota leather in Magma Red and Micro Hexagon fabric with yellow stitching will be added to the options list of the cabriolet too.

“The drop-top X2 should have plenty of customizing options on offer”

The drop-top X2 should have plenty of customizing options on offer, including trim in either high-gloss black, aluminium, and matte oak grain veneer. The optional ambient lighting package will include the same orange, lilac, mint, bronze, blue, and white colors. The only downside is that the big panoramic roof that comes with the metal-roof model will be gone. Sure, you can always open the soft-top for natural light, but this isn’t an option when it’s raining or during those sunny, yet cold winter days.

The technology package should carry over unchanged, so look for the same 6.5 inch touchscreen for the iDrive system with standard navigation. The full-color BMW Head-Up Display, which projects all important driving information and assistance system readouts onto the windscreen, in high resolution, will be optional, just like in the regular X2.


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“The soft top will reduce the amount of luggage room in the trunk”

Assistance systems will Lane Departure Warning, Speed Limit Info with No Passing Info display, anti-dazzle High Beam Assistant, Collision Warning, and Pedestrian Warning with City Braking function. The Driving Assistant Plus bundle will add Active Cruise Control system with Stop & Go function. Rear Park Distance Control and the rear-view camera will be standard so parking will be a breeze when the top is up and visibility isn’t that great.

When I reviewed the X2 I noted how the it offers a lot more luggage room than the Q2. The latter offers only 14.3 cubic feet, while the X2 can carry up to 16.6 cubic feet with the rear seats in place. Unfortunately, this will no longer be the case for the X2 Convertible, as the soft top will store in the trunk and take away some of the space. And you should also forget about folding the rear seats flat for enhanced space as this will no longer be possible. But hey, don’t forget about all the fun you will have during those sunny summer days with the top down.

Drivetrain

  • Same engines as X1
  • Optional all-wheel-drive
  • 2.0-liter with 228 horsepower in the U.S.
  • Hill Descent Control feature

2018 BMW X2 - image 740713
“The convertible will share drivetrains with the regular X2”

It’s safe to assume that the convertible will share drivetrains with the regular X2, so expect it to arrive with the same gasoline and diesel options. In the U.S., it will get the twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Both FWD and AWD variants will be offered with an eight-speed automatic transmission sending the power to the wheels.

In Europe, customers will have access to the xDrive20d model, which draws power from a 2.0-liter four-pot that generates 190 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of twist. The gasoline X2 sDrive20i and the diesel X2 sDrive18d and X2 xDrive18d versions are also on the table.

“U.S. models will get the twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 228 horsepower”

The gas model will use a 2.0-liter four-banger rated at 189 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque, but it won’t get all-wheel-drive. The sDrive18d model will deliver 148 horses and 243 pound-feet, and unlike the gas variant, it will have optional all-wheel drive.

How about an M version? Well, there’s no word about that, but given that all convertible cars have received one so far, I don’t why the X2 drop-top should qualify for the same treatment. But it depends on whether BMW is planning to launch an X2 M model alongside the upcoming X1 M. It would be cool to have a high-performance convertible crossover since the Range Rover Evoque’s most powerful version is rated at only 237 horses.

Prices

It’s definitely too early to talk about prices since the X2 Convertible is just a rumor as of this writing, but if it goes into production, it’s safe to assume that it will cost a tad more than the regular X2. The latter retails from £33,980 in the United Kingdom, so the Convertible could fetch around £40,000 before options. U.S. pricing for the X2 isn’t yet available, but it’s expected to start from around $29,000. This means that the X2 Convertible could retail from around $37,000. This is significantly more than the coupe, but still notably more affordable than the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Competition

Range Rover Evoque Convertible


2017 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible - image 654611

The Nissan Murano was the first modern crossover to get a convertible version, but the Japanese vehicle was short-lived, being discontinued in 2014 after only three years in production. The segment was revived in 2017 by Land Rover with a drop-top version of the Range Rover Evoque, and it’s the only option you got until BMW launched the X2 Convertible. Essentially a standard Evoque with the roof chopped off, the Evoque Convertible comes with all the niceties you get with the regular model. The wedge-shaped front end, the two-door configuration, and the tall rear fascia work well with the convertible layout, making it a sexy proposition that actually looks more appealing than the regular crossover. Inside, you can find features like a 10.2-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a premium sound system. Thanks to a clever design compartment for the roof, the trunk offers 8.9 cubic feet of storage room. Only one engine option is available in the U.S., the 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 237 horsepower and 251 pound-feet of torque, The sprint from 0 to 60 mph takes 7.6 seconds, while top speed is limited to 135 mph. The crossover returns 24 mpg combined and 29 mpg on the highway. Pricing starts at $52,100.

Read our full review of the 2017 Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Conclusion


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Much like many crossovers out there, the X2 seems pointless, especially if you’re not a big fan of SUVs. But the convertible versions could be a different story. With the Range Rover Evoque Convertible already in showrooms, a similar version of the X2 would add some excitement to this really small niche. What’s more, the fact that it will look like a perched-up 2 Series isn’t necessarily bad. Let’s be honest here, a 2 Series with a taller ride height sound very practical. Not only compact, so ideal for the city’s heavy traffic and cramped parking spaces, the X2 is also a good option if you live just outside of town and the road that takes you there isn’t exactly smooth. The X2 Convertible would offer all that, but with all the perks that come with a removable top. It could also help start a trend among other carmakers, and we could get a few interesting designs in the future.

  • Leave it
    • * Not yet confirmed for production
    • * Do we need more crossovers?

References

BMW X2


2018 BMW X2 - image 740705

Read our full review on the 2018 BMW X2.


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PostHeaderIcon BMW X2 Convertible

Introduced in 2017 as a follow up to a concept vehicle launched in 2016, the X2 is BMW’s sixth crossover and the smallest of its kind alongside the X1. Although the even number in the badge suggests that this crossover is actually a smaller version of the X4, the X2 is far from being a coupe. Somewhat similar to the X1 in terms of shape and size, the X2 does have a few unique features that help it stand out. Already available in Europe and soon to be offered in the U.S. as well, the X2 could get a convertible version in the future. According to recent reports, BMW is already studying a business case for a competitor to the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Not yet approved for production, the X2 Convertible is reportedly under serious consideration, with BMW having already conducted a study found that a significant number of drivers would buy such a model. A decision will be made later this year, but the X2 Convertible appears to be a solid proposition if BMW wants to further expand in the crossover segment. Should it get the green light, it will become the company’s eighth crossover, given that it will arrive after the flagship X7. Until BMW confirms it, let’s find out more about what it may bring to the table in the speculative review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW X2 Convertible.

Exterior

  • Unique design
  • LED headlamps
  • Sleek look in convertible layout
  • Optional 20-inch wheels

2018 BMW X2 - image 740849
“The X2 Convertible will be identical to its standard sibling below the waist”

So how will BMW turn the X2 into a convertible? Well, it may sound tricky for an SUV, but it’s not that complicated. A quick look at the Range Rover Evoque Convertible and it’s pretty obvious that the process is similar to coupes: chop off the roof and redesign the bottom of the C-pillars. All told, it’s safe to assume that the X2 Convertible will be identical to its standard sibling below the waist.

This means it will also sports the design features that make X2 the first unique BMW design since the i3 and i8. While the headlamps are shared with the X1, the grille and the bumper have been redesigned specifically for the X2. Unlike other BMW-made SUVs, the X2’s grille is wider at the base than at the top, giving the front fascia a broader, more distinctive appearance. BMW also ditched the familiar horizontal side vents in the bumper in favor of triangular cutouts, while the center vent is rectangular instead of trapezoidal.


2018 BMW X2 - image 740839
“The B- and C-pillars will disappear with the roof”

It’s the profile that will change quite a bit without the metal top. The relatively clean lines and the extra cladding of the standard X2 will remain, but the B- and C-pillars will disappear with the roof. The short decklid and the tall beltline will make the X2 Convertible look very similar to the 2 Series compact. Of course, the rear doors will be removed altogether, while the front doors will become longer for easier access to the rear seats. I may sound strange, but I’d actually prefer an X2 Convertible with four doors. Why? Simply because no one is doing four-door convertibles anymore.

Both Land Rover and Nissan turned the Evoque and Murano into two-door vehicles for the convertible version and I’d very much like to see an automaker take things up a notch and keep all four doors. If it was possible back in the 1950s and 1960s, I don’t see why it can’t be done in the 21st century.


2018 BMW X2 - image 740846
“The X2 Convertible will lose the BMW roundels on the C-pillars”

Along with the roof, the X2 Convertible will also lose one of its most exotic features: the BMW roundels on the C-pillars. The X2 is the first X model to have them and we will no longer see them on the drop-top unless BMW chooses to move them somewhere else.

Around back, the drop-top should retain the X2’s unique taillights, which look sleeker and become wider in the lower area instead of the top. The tailgate that’s so neatly integrated into the body thanks to a lower crease that separates the badges from the upper section will be replaced by a more conventional trunk lid. On the other hand, the tall bumper that integrated the license plate recess, yet another unique feature, will remain in place.

So will the X2 still look good in a convertible body style? This rendering from X-Tomi suggests it will. I’m not a big fan of current BMW designs and I like it. This must mean something, right?

Moving over to features, expect the convertible SUV to be offered in the same four equipment trims. Full-LED headlamps will standard on every model but the base SE, while the M Sport and M Sport X versions will get optional 20-inch wheels.

Interior

  • Interior based on X1
  • Infinite headroom
  • Optional leather upholstery
  • Solid tech package
  • Smaller trunk due to foldable top

2018 BMW X2 - image 740827
“Don’t expect anything extra aside from the missing pillars and the infinite headroom”

Inside, the convertible will get the same interior as the standard model, which borrows everything from the X1. Yup, it’s all about development costs here so don’t expect anything extra aside from the missing pillars and the infinite headroom.

Around since 2015, the X1’s cabin layout is still relatively fresh and boasts the horizontal dashboard and door panel design we’ve seen in most current Bimmers. The A/C vents have a similar orientation, as do the control panels in the center stack, which makes the cabin seems roomier than it actually is.

One cool feature is the standard contrast stitching on the dashboard, center console, and the seats, giving the cabin a premium look even in the most affordable trim. The base model is equipped with fabric upholstery, but the M Sport version, also likely to be offered with the convertible, spices things up with a bit of Alcantara. Leather is also available, but only with the range-topping M Sport X variant. The fancy Dakota leather in Magma Red and Micro Hexagon fabric with yellow stitching will be added to the options list of the cabriolet too.

“The drop-top X2 should have plenty of customizing options on offer”

The drop-top X2 should have plenty of customizing options on offer, including trim in either high-gloss black, aluminium, and matte oak grain veneer. The optional ambient lighting package will include the same orange, lilac, mint, bronze, blue, and white colors. The only downside is that the big panoramic roof that comes with the metal-roof model will be gone. Sure, you can always open the soft-top for natural light, but this isn’t an option when it’s raining or during those sunny, yet cold winter days.

The technology package should carry over unchanged, so look for the same 6.5 inch touchscreen for the iDrive system with standard navigation. The full-color BMW Head-Up Display, which projects all important driving information and assistance system readouts onto the windscreen, in high resolution, will be optional, just like in the regular X2.


2018 BMW X2 - image 740821
“The soft top will reduce the amount of luggage room in the trunk”

Assistance systems will Lane Departure Warning, Speed Limit Info with No Passing Info display, anti-dazzle High Beam Assistant, Collision Warning, and Pedestrian Warning with City Braking function. The Driving Assistant Plus bundle will add Active Cruise Control system with Stop & Go function. Rear Park Distance Control and the rear-view camera will be standard so parking will be a breeze when the top is up and visibility isn’t that great.

When I reviewed the X2 I noted how the it offers a lot more luggage room than the Q2. The latter offers only 14.3 cubic feet, while the X2 can carry up to 16.6 cubic feet with the rear seats in place. Unfortunately, this will no longer be the case for the X2 Convertible, as the soft top will store in the trunk and take away some of the space. And you should also forget about folding the rear seats flat for enhanced space as this will no longer be possible. But hey, don’t forget about all the fun you will have during those sunny summer days with the top down.

Drivetrain

  • Same engines as X1
  • Optional all-wheel-drive
  • 2.0-liter with 228 horsepower in the U.S.
  • Hill Descent Control feature

2018 BMW X2 - image 740713
“The convertible will share drivetrains with the regular X2”

It’s safe to assume that the convertible will share drivetrains with the regular X2, so expect it to arrive with the same gasoline and diesel options. In the U.S., it will get the twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Both FWD and AWD variants will be offered with an eight-speed automatic transmission sending the power to the wheels.

In Europe, customers will have access to the xDrive20d model, which draws power from a 2.0-liter four-pot that generates 190 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of twist. The gasoline X2 sDrive20i and the diesel X2 sDrive18d and X2 xDrive18d versions are also on the table.

“U.S. models will get the twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 228 horsepower”

The gas model will use a 2.0-liter four-banger rated at 189 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque, but it won’t get all-wheel-drive. The sDrive18d model will deliver 148 horses and 243 pound-feet, and unlike the gas variant, it will have optional all-wheel drive.

How about an M version? Well, there’s no word about that, but given that all convertible cars have received one so far, I don’t why the X2 drop-top should qualify for the same treatment. But it depends on whether BMW is planning to launch an X2 M model alongside the upcoming X1 M. It would be cool to have a high-performance convertible crossover since the Range Rover Evoque’s most powerful version is rated at only 237 horses.

Prices

It’s definitely too early to talk about prices since the X2 Convertible is just a rumor as of this writing, but if it goes into production, it’s safe to assume that it will cost a tad more than the regular X2. The latter retails from £33,980 in the United Kingdom, so the Convertible could fetch around £40,000 before options. U.S. pricing for the X2 isn’t yet available, but it’s expected to start from around $29,000. This means that the X2 Convertible could retail from around $37,000. This is significantly more than the coupe, but still notably more affordable than the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Competition

Range Rover Evoque Convertible


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The Nissan Murano was the first modern crossover to get a convertible version, but the Japanese vehicle was short-lived, being discontinued in 2014 after only three years in production. The segment was revived in 2017 by Land Rover with a drop-top version of the Range Rover Evoque, and it’s the only option you got until BMW launched the X2 Convertible. Essentially a standard Evoque with the roof chopped off, the Evoque Convertible comes with all the niceties you get with the regular model. The wedge-shaped front end, the two-door configuration, and the tall rear fascia work well with the convertible layout, making it a sexy proposition that actually looks more appealing than the regular crossover. Inside, you can find features like a 10.2-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a premium sound system. Thanks to a clever design compartment for the roof, the trunk offers 8.9 cubic feet of storage room. Only one engine option is available in the U.S., the 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 237 horsepower and 251 pound-feet of torque, The sprint from 0 to 60 mph takes 7.6 seconds, while top speed is limited to 135 mph. The crossover returns 24 mpg combined and 29 mpg on the highway. Pricing starts at $52,100.

Read our full review of the 2017 Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Conclusion


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Much like many crossovers out there, the X2 seems pointless, especially if you’re not a big fan of SUVs. But the convertible versions could be a different story. With the Range Rover Evoque Convertible already in showrooms, a similar version of the X2 would add some excitement to this really small niche. What’s more, the fact that it will look like a perched-up 2 Series isn’t necessarily bad. Let’s be honest here, a 2 Series with a taller ride height sound very practical. Not only compact, so ideal for the city’s heavy traffic and cramped parking spaces, the X2 is also a good option if you live just outside of town and the road that takes you there isn’t exactly smooth. The X2 Convertible would offer all that, but with all the perks that come with a removable top. It could also help start a trend among other carmakers, and we could get a few interesting designs in the future.

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Introduced in 2017 as a follow up to a concept vehicle launched in 2016, the X2 is BMW’s sixth crossover and the smallest of its kind alongside the X1. Although the even number in the badge suggests that this crossover is actually a smaller version of the X4, the X2 is far from being a coupe. Somewhat similar to the X1 in terms of shape and size, the X2 does have a few unique features that help it stand out. Already available in Europe and soon to be offered in the U.S. as well, the X2 could get a convertible version in the future. According to recent reports, BMW is already studying a business case for a competitor to the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Not yet approved for production, the X2 Convertible is reportedly under serious consideration, with BMW having already conducted a study found that a significant number of drivers would buy such a model. A decision will be made later this year, but the X2 Convertible appears to be a solid proposition if BMW wants to further expand in the crossover segment. Should it get the green light, it will become the company’s eighth crossover, given that it will arrive after the flagship X7. Until BMW confirms it, let’s find out more about what it may bring to the table in the speculative review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the BMW X2 Convertible.

Exterior

  • Unique design
  • LED headlamps
  • Sleek look in convertible layout
  • Optional 20-inch wheels

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“The X2 Convertible will be identical to its standard sibling below the waist”

So how will BMW turn the X2 into a convertible? Well, it may sound tricky for an SUV, but it’s not that complicated. A quick look at the Range Rover Evoque Convertible and it’s pretty obvious that the process is similar to coupes: chop off the roof and redesign the bottom of the C-pillars. All told, it’s safe to assume that the X2 Convertible will be identical to its standard sibling below the waist.

This means it will also sports the design features that make X2 the first unique BMW design since the i3 and i8. While the headlamps are shared with the X1, the grille and the bumper have been redesigned specifically for the X2. Unlike other BMW-made SUVs, the X2’s grille is wider at the base than at the top, giving the front fascia a broader, more distinctive appearance. BMW also ditched the familiar horizontal side vents in the bumper in favor of triangular cutouts, while the center vent is rectangular instead of trapezoidal.


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“The B- and C-pillars will disappear with the roof”

It’s the profile that will change quite a bit without the metal top. The relatively clean lines and the extra cladding of the standard X2 will remain, but the B- and C-pillars will disappear with the roof. The short decklid and the tall beltline will make the X2 Convertible look very similar to the 2 Series compact. Of course, the rear doors will be removed altogether, while the front doors will become longer for easier access to the rear seats. I may sound strange, but I’d actually prefer an X2 Convertible with four doors. Why? Simply because no one is doing four-door convertibles anymore.

Both Land Rover and Nissan turned the Evoque and Murano into two-door vehicles for the convertible version and I’d very much like to see an automaker take things up a notch and keep all four doors. If it was possible back in the 1950s and 1960s, I don’t see why it can’t be done in the 21st century.


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“The X2 Convertible will lose the BMW roundels on the C-pillars”

Along with the roof, the X2 Convertible will also lose one of its most exotic features: the BMW roundels on the C-pillars. The X2 is the first X model to have them and we will no longer see them on the drop-top unless BMW chooses to move them somewhere else.

Around back, the drop-top should retain the X2’s unique taillights, which look sleeker and become wider in the lower area instead of the top. The tailgate that’s so neatly integrated into the body thanks to a lower crease that separates the badges from the upper section will be replaced by a more conventional trunk lid. On the other hand, the tall bumper that integrated the license plate recess, yet another unique feature, will remain in place.

So will the X2 still look good in a convertible body style? This rendering from X-Tomi suggests it will. I’m not a big fan of current BMW designs and I like it. This must mean something, right?

Moving over to features, expect the convertible SUV to be offered in the same four equipment trims. Full-LED headlamps will standard on every model but the base SE, while the M Sport and M Sport X versions will get optional 20-inch wheels.

Interior

  • Interior based on X1
  • Infinite headroom
  • Optional leather upholstery
  • Solid tech package
  • Smaller trunk due to foldable top

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“Don’t expect anything extra aside from the missing pillars and the infinite headroom”

Inside, the convertible will get the same interior as the standard model, which borrows everything from the X1. Yup, it’s all about development costs here so don’t expect anything extra aside from the missing pillars and the infinite headroom.

Around since 2015, the X1’s cabin layout is still relatively fresh and boasts the horizontal dashboard and door panel design we’ve seen in most current Bimmers. The A/C vents have a similar orientation, as do the control panels in the center stack, which makes the cabin seems roomier than it actually is.

One cool feature is the standard contrast stitching on the dashboard, center console, and the seats, giving the cabin a premium look even in the most affordable trim. The base model is equipped with fabric upholstery, but the M Sport version, also likely to be offered with the convertible, spices things up with a bit of Alcantara. Leather is also available, but only with the range-topping M Sport X variant. The fancy Dakota leather in Magma Red and Micro Hexagon fabric with yellow stitching will be added to the options list of the cabriolet too.

“The drop-top X2 should have plenty of customizing options on offer”

The drop-top X2 should have plenty of customizing options on offer, including trim in either high-gloss black, aluminium, and matte oak grain veneer. The optional ambient lighting package will include the same orange, lilac, mint, bronze, blue, and white colors. The only downside is that the big panoramic roof that comes with the metal-roof model will be gone. Sure, you can always open the soft-top for natural light, but this isn’t an option when it’s raining or during those sunny, yet cold winter days.

The technology package should carry over unchanged, so look for the same 6.5 inch touchscreen for the iDrive system with standard navigation. The full-color BMW Head-Up Display, which projects all important driving information and assistance system readouts onto the windscreen, in high resolution, will be optional, just like in the regular X2.


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“The soft top will reduce the amount of luggage room in the trunk”

Assistance systems will Lane Departure Warning, Speed Limit Info with No Passing Info display, anti-dazzle High Beam Assistant, Collision Warning, and Pedestrian Warning with City Braking function. The Driving Assistant Plus bundle will add Active Cruise Control system with Stop & Go function. Rear Park Distance Control and the rear-view camera will be standard so parking will be a breeze when the top is up and visibility isn’t that great.

When I reviewed the X2 I noted how the it offers a lot more luggage room than the Q2. The latter offers only 14.3 cubic feet, while the X2 can carry up to 16.6 cubic feet with the rear seats in place. Unfortunately, this will no longer be the case for the X2 Convertible, as the soft top will store in the trunk and take away some of the space. And you should also forget about folding the rear seats flat for enhanced space as this will no longer be possible. But hey, don’t forget about all the fun you will have during those sunny summer days with the top down.

Drivetrain

  • Same engines as X1
  • Optional all-wheel-drive
  • 2.0-liter with 228 horsepower in the U.S.
  • Hill Descent Control feature

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“The convertible will share drivetrains with the regular X2”

It’s safe to assume that the convertible will share drivetrains with the regular X2, so expect it to arrive with the same gasoline and diesel options. In the U.S., it will get the twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Both FWD and AWD variants will be offered with an eight-speed automatic transmission sending the power to the wheels.

In Europe, customers will have access to the xDrive20d model, which draws power from a 2.0-liter four-pot that generates 190 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of twist. The gasoline X2 sDrive20i and the diesel X2 sDrive18d and X2 xDrive18d versions are also on the table.

“U.S. models will get the twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 228 horsepower”

The gas model will use a 2.0-liter four-banger rated at 189 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque, but it won’t get all-wheel-drive. The sDrive18d model will deliver 148 horses and 243 pound-feet, and unlike the gas variant, it will have optional all-wheel drive.

How about an M version? Well, there’s no word about that, but given that all convertible cars have received one so far, I don’t why the X2 drop-top should qualify for the same treatment. But it depends on whether BMW is planning to launch an X2 M model alongside the upcoming X1 M. It would be cool to have a high-performance convertible crossover since the Range Rover Evoque’s most powerful version is rated at only 237 horses.

Prices

It’s definitely too early to talk about prices since the X2 Convertible is just a rumor as of this writing, but if it goes into production, it’s safe to assume that it will cost a tad more than the regular X2. The latter retails from £33,980 in the United Kingdom, so the Convertible could fetch around £40,000 before options. U.S. pricing for the X2 isn’t yet available, but it’s expected to start from around $29,000. This means that the X2 Convertible could retail from around $37,000. This is significantly more than the coupe, but still notably more affordable than the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Competition

Range Rover Evoque Convertible


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The Nissan Murano was the first modern crossover to get a convertible version, but the Japanese vehicle was short-lived, being discontinued in 2014 after only three years in production. The segment was revived in 2017 by Land Rover with a drop-top version of the Range Rover Evoque, and it’s the only option you got until BMW launched the X2 Convertible. Essentially a standard Evoque with the roof chopped off, the Evoque Convertible comes with all the niceties you get with the regular model. The wedge-shaped front end, the two-door configuration, and the tall rear fascia work well with the convertible layout, making it a sexy proposition that actually looks more appealing than the regular crossover. Inside, you can find features like a 10.2-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a premium sound system. Thanks to a clever design compartment for the roof, the trunk offers 8.9 cubic feet of storage room. Only one engine option is available in the U.S., the 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 237 horsepower and 251 pound-feet of torque, The sprint from 0 to 60 mph takes 7.6 seconds, while top speed is limited to 135 mph. The crossover returns 24 mpg combined and 29 mpg on the highway. Pricing starts at $52,100.

Read our full review of the 2017 Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

Conclusion


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Much like many crossovers out there, the X2 seems pointless, especially if you’re not a big fan of SUVs. But the convertible versions could be a different story. With the Range Rover Evoque Convertible already in showrooms, a similar version of the X2 would add some excitement to this really small niche. What’s more, the fact that it will look like a perched-up 2 Series isn’t necessarily bad. Let’s be honest here, a 2 Series with a taller ride height sound very practical. Not only compact, so ideal for the city’s heavy traffic and cramped parking spaces, the X2 is also a good option if you live just outside of town and the road that takes you there isn’t exactly smooth. The X2 Convertible would offer all that, but with all the perks that come with a removable top. It could also help start a trend among other carmakers, and we could get a few interesting designs in the future.

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Stateside audiences got an eye full of the new 2018 BMW X2 at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show earlier this month, spurring excitement with its premium good looks and relatively affordable price tag. Now, a new report points to the arrival of a FWD iteration that’ll lighten the bottom line even further.

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The Full Story


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“The first version to head to dealers will be an AWD version, scheduled to arrive this March. Following hot on its heels will be a less-expensive FWD iteration, which should arrive just a few months afterwards.”

Considering the crazy popularity of the compact crossover market, the arrival of the new BMW X2 should provide a huge boost to the Bavarians’ sales numbers. Not only does it tick all the right boxes for the segment, but with a starting price under the $40,000 mark, it should also help to attract new customers to the brand, especially those highly sought-after young buyers.

The first version to head to dealers will be an AWD version, scheduled to arrive this March. Following hot on its heels will be a less-expensive FWD iteration, which should arrive just a few months afterwards. The AWD version will carry the designation of xDrive28i, while the FWD iteration will be called the sDrive28i.

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In terms of styling, the X2 will look quite similar to its larger cousin, the X1, with a tall stance, broad proportions, and kidney grille-laden Bimmer fascia. However, the X2 will also be smaller than the X1 in terms of exterior dimensions. Inside, the X1 once again provides the cues, with a horizontal layout, a stand-up digital screen on the dash, and lots of optional high-end materials.

Under the hood, the X2 is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that’s turbocharged to produce 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, all of which is routed through an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The AWD iteration starts at $38,400, while we expect the FWD iteration to drop two grand for an MSRP of $36,400.

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PostHeaderIcon New BMW X2 Commercial Ranks Very High on our StrangeMeter

The BMW X2 may be a coupe-ish SUV that will tackle models like the Audi Q2, Mercedes GLA, and the Nissan Juke (loosely, of course) but before it hits dealers to take on its purposeful mission, it has been tasked with other novelties. We’re not talking about anything serious, of course, but in the X2’s first commercial it does help a man establish a new identity as he sheds his gold chains, and it does help take down a massive mechanical robot. It’s certainly a new take on advertising from BMW but could be exactly what the brand needs to bring strong appeal to a model like the X2 – something that will reside in a segment (the SUV segment in general) that is bursting at the seams with options.

At the time of its launch, the X2 will only be available with a 190-horsepower four-banging, diesel, but other gasoline and diesel options will follow later on. All-wheel drive, however, isn’t on the table but an M version could offer up to 300 horsepower down the road. Either way, the X2 is an all-new model, and it certainly needs to make a serious splash. Check out the first, very interesting commercial starting none other than the new BMW X2 below!

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Rumored since 2011, the BMW X2 crossover was officially confirmed in 2016, when the German firm unveiled a concept car at the Paris Motor Show. One year later and the production model was revealed, joining the X1 in the company’s compact crossover lineup. With the X2 now official and on its way to dealerships, the question on everyone’s lips is will BMW create an M version of the mini SUV? There’s no official confirmation at this point, but there’s solid indication that the X1 will get its first M variant pretty soon. And with the X2 built on the same underpinnings, there’s a good chance that an X2 M will also follow.

Although the new niche the X2 was designed for includes just another model, the Audi Q2, as of this writing, the market is likely to expand in the near future. And as it’s almost always the case, on top of other carmakers joining in, we’ll also see higher-performance versions in dealerships soon. BMW is already a bit late to the party compared to Audi, so it wouldn’t hurt for the X2 M to arrive before the RS Q2 and grab an important share of the market. We’ll probably find out more about this in 2018, but until that happens, the speculative review below will give you an idea of what to expect from this model. We also have a rendering created by X-Tomi Design to go with the info.

Continue reading to learn more about the upcoming BMW X2 M.

Exterior

  • M-specific features over X2’s unique design
  • Aggressive bumper design
  • Unique wheels
  • Sporty rear diffuser

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“Design upgrades are pretty obvious up front, where the X2 will get a more aggressive bumper with larger vents”

With no prototypes on the road, the X2 M seems to be a mystery as of this writing, but with the standard X2 already in the open and based on M features seen on other SUVs, it’s pretty easy to imagine how the X2 M will look like. And X-Tomi’s rendering is pretty spot on given the circumstances. Design upgrades are pretty obvious up front, where the X2 will get a more aggressive bumper with larger vents onto the sides. The center intake should grow in size too, while all grilles will be replaced with fined honeycomb meshes.

The big question here is whether the X2 M will ditch the standard triangular side vents, which are unique to this model, in favor of the more conventional intakes seen in the rendering, but that’s something we won’t find out more about until the first test cars hit public roads. An “X2 M” emblem will also find its way on the big kidney grille, which should also get optional black trim.


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Note: Standard BMW X2 pictured here.

“Around back, look for a slightly larger roof spoiler and a bigger diffuser-like element”

The X2’s profile will change only slightly with the M package. The side skirts will get extensions, the window trim will switch from chrome to black, while the standard wheels will be replaced by larger, sportier units. BMW will also drop the ride height by a half-inch.

Rear fascia changes are also very predictable. Look for a slightly larger roof spoiler, a bigger diffuser-like element, and a quad-exhaust pipe layout. Carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) body elements are also likely, but it remains to be seen whether they will be offered as standard. BMW needs to keep the crossover’s pricing well below that of the upcoming X3 M so carbon-fiber might be limited to only a few items, like a front splitter and rear bumper trim.

Interior

  • Leather and Alcantara upholstery
  • Sporty seats
  • Flat-bottom steering wheel
  • Custom instrument cluster and iDrive display
  • Contrast stitching

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Note: Standard BMW X2 pictured here.

“The crossover should get new, more upscale upholstery, most likely in the form of Merino leather with Alcantara inserts”

Much like any M vehicle out there, the X2 M will get a few sporty upgrades over the usual features found in the standard model. Since the X2 is based on the X1, it’s safe to say that the X2 M will be based on the X1 M. However, since the latter has yet to be unveiled, we don’t have a specific model to look into for accurate hints. But we can look at other M vehicles to get an approximate idea of what we should find in the X2 M. The crossover should get new, more upscale upholstery, most likely in the form of Merino leather with Alcantara inserts.

The interior should be mostly black in standard form, but brighter leather should be available through the Individual program. Contrast stitching will highlight the dashboard, center console, and the door panels. Aluminum trim on the dash and an M-specific instrument cluster with new dials and custom setting will be included as standard too. A sportier steering wheel, sportier seats, new pedals, and a host of M badges will round off the design update. Some extra convenience features are also on the table, including automatic climate control and a Harman Kardon surround sound system.

“A sportier steering wheel, sportier seats, new pedals, and a host of M badges will round off the design update”

Everything else will remain unchanged from the standard X2. So look for the same horizontal layout that makes the cabin seem spacious, large door pockets, optional voice control, and a 8.8-inch display for the iDrive infotainment system. Trunk space should remain the same at 16.6 cubic feet, more than two cubic feet more than the X2’s biggest rival, the Audi Q2. With the rear seats folded flat, trunk capacity should increase to at least 35 cubic feet.

Options will include the full-color Head-Up Display, and a Drive Pack that adds Driving Assistant with adds Lane Departure Warning, Speed Limit Info with No Passing Info display, anti-dazzle High Beam Assistant, as well as Collision Warning and Pedestrian Warning with City Braking function. A Traffic Jam Assistant system will take over both proximity control and lane-keeping tasks from the driver at speeds of up to 37 mph.

Drivetrain

  • At least 300 horsepower
  • Likely a 2.0-liter four-cylinder
  • M2 engine likely too
  • Custom suspension setup
  • Performance braking system

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Note: Standard BMW X2 pictured here.

“A 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with more than 300 horsepower is very likely”

There’s no word as to what engine will motivate the X2, but it’s safe to assume it will be a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The standard model already uses one in X2 sDrive20i trim, which is rated at 189 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of twist. Needless to say, the X2 M will be significantly more powerful than that, but it remains to be seen by how much.

The Mercedes-AMG GLA45, for instance, comes with 355 horsepower on tap. This means that its direct competitor, the upcoming X1 M, will have a similar amount. And since the X1 and X2 are basically identical save for the outer skin, the X2 M should get an identical engine and power rating. As of this writing, the most capable 2.0-liter engine cranks out 248 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque in the 3 Series, but it’s definitely capable of more than that with new turbochargers and upgraded internals.

“The extra oomph will be backed by a custom suspension setup and a beefed-up braking system”

The 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine in the M2, which generates 365 horsepower and 343 pound-feet, seems perfect for the job, but BMW probably aims to keep six-cylinder units away from these small crossover. If anything, this 3.0-liter mill will find its way into the bigger, upcoming X3 M. Either way, X2 M will have at least 300 horsepower at its disposal. Both a manual and automatic transmission should be offered, but U.S.-spec models won’t get a shifter and clutch pedal. The extra oomph will be backed by a custom suspension setup and a beefed-up braking system.

Prices

U.S. pricing information for the standard X2 is not yet available, but it should retail from around $29,000 in base trim. Given that other M-badged SUVs are around 76-percent more expensive their standard counterparts, it’s safe to assume that the X2 M will retail from around $51,000. That’s a lot of dough considering that the much bigger X5 starts from $56,950, but on par with similar offerings from other makers, such as the Mercedes-AMG GLA45, which costs $50,600 before options.

Competition

Audi RS Q2


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Note: Standard Audi Q2 pictured here.

The X2 competes in a brand-new niche that started life when Audi launched the Q2 in 2016. As a result, the first competitor for the X2 M will come from the same automaker in the form of the RS Q2. And I say “will” because so far Audi has yet to confirm that such a model is underway. But knowing how German automakers expand with performance-oriented and high-performance versions over a couple of years (sometimes even less), both S and RS variants of the Q2 are set to follow. The SQ2 will be the first to arrive, likely with around 300 horsepower, but the RS Q2 will probably hit the market with the old-school, 2.5-liter five-cylinder under the hood. This engine generates a whopping 400 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque in the latest RS3, and although it might not be this powerful in the RS Q2, it will certainly send at least 350 horses to all four wheels. But it would be out of this world for the beefed-up Q2 to arrive with 400 horsepower, a scenario that would put the X2 M at a big disadvantage performance-wise. Pricing should be similar, around the $50,000 mark before options.

Mercedes-AMG GLA45


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The Mercedes-Benz GLA is actually a competitor for the BMW X1, but since the X1 and X2 are very closely related under the skin, the comparison is more than fine. And the somewhat sleek appearing of the GLA and the absence of a proper quarter window actually makes it a proper competitor to the X2 design-wise. And unlike the X2, the GLA-Class has already received its performance upgrade. Sold as the AMG GLA45, the souped-up mini SUV sports all the familiar AMG add-on, including larger front bumper vents, unique wheels, and a more aggressive rear bumper. The interior boasts sports seats with heavy bolstering, a flat-bottom steering wheel, bespoke upholstery, and even carbon-fiber trim. Power comes from the same unit in the AMG A45 hatchback, a twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine good for 355 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of twist. The mill mates to an AMG Speedshift seven-speed automatic and enables the crossover to hit 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds. The big advantage here is that you can already find it in U.S. dealerships, so unless you’re willing to wait a couple of years for the X2 M, the AMG GLA45 retails from $50,600 before options.

Read our full story on the 2018 Mercedes-AMG GLA45.

Conclusion


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The X2 M might not seem like a necessity for BMW right now with the X2 competing in a brand-new niche, but the German firm has the chance to be one step ahead of the competition with this performance mini SUV. The RS Q2 may actually arrive first, but until other brands join this segment, BMW can set up a solid lineup and establish itself as a powerful force here. Granted, the fact that the Mercedes GLA is very close in terms of size and performance makes things a bit more difficult, but the X2’s unique looks – unlike the GLA, which is a perched-up A-Class – could be more appealing to customers looking for something different. With some 350 horsepower at its disposal and a host of M upgrades, the X2 M could become the dominant force in this niche.

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References

BMW X2


BMW X2 Arrives In Paris In Concept Form - image 690239

Read our full review of the 2016 BMW X2 Concept.


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Read our full review on the 2018 BMW X2.

BMW X1


2016 BMW X1 - image 632512

Read our full review on the 2017 BMW X1.


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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW X1 M.

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BMW X2 M - rendering by http://xtomi.blogspot.com

Rumored since 2011, the BMW X2 crossover was officially confirmed in 2016, when the German firm unveiled a concept car at the Paris Motor Show. One year later and the production model was revealed, joining the X1 in the company’s compact crossover lineup. With the X2 now official and on its way to dealerships, the question on everyone’s lips is will BMW create an M version of the mini SUV? There’s no official confirmation at this point, but there’s solid indication that the X1 will get its first M variant pretty soon. And with the X2 built on the same underpinnings, there’s a good chance that an X2 M will also follow.

Although the new niche the X2 was designed for includes just another model, the Audi Q2, as of this writing, the market is likely to expand in the near future. And as it’s almost always the case, on top of other carmakers joining in, we’ll also see higher-performance versions in dealerships soon. BMW is already a bit late to the party compared to Audi, so it wouldn’t hurt for the X2 M to arrive before the RS Q2 and grab an important share of the market. We’ll probably find out more about this in 2018, but until that happens, the speculative review below will give you an idea of what to expect from this model. We also have a rendering created by X-Tomi Design to go with the info.

Continue reading to learn more about the upcoming BMW X2 M.

Exterior

  • M-specific features over X2’s unique design
  • Aggressive bumper design
  • Unique wheels
  • Sporty rear diffuser

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“Design upgrades are pretty obvious up front, where the X2 will get a more aggressive bumper with larger vents”

With no prototypes on the road, the X2 M seems to be a mystery as of this writing, but with the standard X2 already in the open and based on M features seen on other SUVs, it’s pretty easy to imagine how the X2 M will look like. And X-Tomi’s rendering is pretty spot on given the circumstances. Design upgrades are pretty obvious up front, where the X2 will get a more aggressive bumper with larger vents onto the sides. The center intake should grow in size too, while all grilles will be replaced with fined honeycomb meshes.

The big question here is whether the X2 M will ditch the standard triangular side vents, which are unique to this model, in favor of the more conventional intakes seen in the rendering, but that’s something we won’t find out more about until the first test cars hit public roads. An “X2 M” emblem will also find its way on the big kidney grille, which should also get optional black trim.


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Note: Standard BMW X2 pictured here.

“Around back, look for a slightly larger roof spoiler and a bigger diffuser-like element”

The X2’s profile will change only slightly with the M package. The side skirts will get extensions, the window trim will switch from chrome to black, while the standard wheels will be replaced by larger, sportier units. BMW will also drop the ride height by a half-inch.

Rear fascia changes are also very predictable. Look for a slightly larger roof spoiler, a bigger diffuser-like element, and a quad-exhaust pipe layout. Carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) body elements are also likely, but it remains to be seen whether they will be offered as standard. BMW needs to keep the crossover’s pricing well below that of the upcoming X3 M so carbon-fiber might be limited to only a few items, like a front splitter and rear bumper trim.

Interior

  • Leather and Alcantara upholstery
  • Sporty seats
  • Flat-bottom steering wheel
  • Custom instrument cluster and iDrive display
  • Contrast stitching

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Note: Standard BMW X2 pictured here.

“The crossover should get new, more upscale upholstery, most likely in the form of Merino leather with Alcantara inserts”

Much like any M vehicle out there, the X2 M will get a few sporty upgrades over the usual features found in the standard model. Since the X2 is based on the X1, it’s safe to say that the X2 M will be based on the X1 M. However, since the latter has yet to be unveiled, we don’t have a specific model to look into for accurate hints. But we can look at other M vehicles to get an approximate idea of what we should find in the X2 M. The crossover should get new, more upscale upholstery, most likely in the form of Merino leather with Alcantara inserts.

The interior should be mostly black in standard form, but brighter leather should be available through the Individual program. Contrast stitching will highlight the dashboard, center console, and the door panels. Aluminum trim on the dash and an M-specific instrument cluster with new dials and custom setting will be included as standard too. A sportier steering wheel, sportier seats, new pedals, and a host of M badges will round off the design update. Some extra convenience features are also on the table, including automatic climate control and a Harman Kardon surround sound system.

“A sportier steering wheel, sportier seats, new pedals, and a host of M badges will round off the design update”

Everything else will remain unchanged from the standard X2. So look for the same horizontal layout that makes the cabin seem spacious, large door pockets, optional voice control, and a 8.8-inch display for the iDrive infotainment system. Trunk space should remain the same at 16.6 cubic feet, more than two cubic feet more than the X2’s biggest rival, the Audi Q2. With the rear seats folded flat, trunk capacity should increase to at least 35 cubic feet.

Options will include the full-color Head-Up Display, and a Drive Pack that adds Driving Assistant with adds Lane Departure Warning, Speed Limit Info with No Passing Info display, anti-dazzle High Beam Assistant, as well as Collision Warning and Pedestrian Warning with City Braking function. A Traffic Jam Assistant system will take over both proximity control and lane-keeping tasks from the driver at speeds of up to 37 mph.

Drivetrain

  • At least 300 horsepower
  • Likely a 2.0-liter four-cylinder
  • M2 engine likely too
  • Custom suspension setup
  • Performance braking system

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Note: Standard BMW X2 pictured here.

“A 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with more than 300 horsepower is very likely”

There’s no word as to what engine will motivate the X2, but it’s safe to assume it will be a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The standard model already uses one in X2 sDrive20i trim, which is rated at 189 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of twist. Needless to say, the X2 M will be significantly more powerful than that, but it remains to be seen by how much.

The Mercedes-AMG GLA45, for instance, comes with 355 horsepower on tap. This means that its direct competitor, the upcoming X1 M, will have a similar amount. And since the X1 and X2 are basically identical save for the outer skin, the X2 M should get an identical engine and power rating. As of this writing, the most capable 2.0-liter engine cranks out 248 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque in the 3 Series, but it’s definitely capable of more than that with new turbochargers and upgraded internals.

“The extra oomph will be backed by a custom suspension setup and a beefed-up braking system”

The 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine in the M2, which generates 365 horsepower and 343 pound-feet, seems perfect for the job, but BMW probably aims to keep six-cylinder units away from these small crossover. If anything, this 3.0-liter mill will find its way into the bigger, upcoming X3 M. Either way, X2 M will have at least 300 horsepower at its disposal. Both a manual and automatic transmission should be offered, but U.S.-spec models won’t get a shifter and clutch pedal. The extra oomph will be backed by a custom suspension setup and a beefed-up braking system.

Prices

U.S. pricing information for the standard X2 is not yet available, but it should retail from around $29,000 in base trim. Given that other M-badged SUVs are around 76-percent more expensive their standard counterparts, it’s safe to assume that the X2 M will retail from around $51,000. That’s a lot of dough considering that the much bigger X5 starts from $56,950, but on par with similar offerings from other makers, such as the Mercedes-AMG GLA45, which costs $50,600 before options.

Competition

Audi RS Q2


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Note: Standard Audi Q2 pictured here.

The X2 competes in a brand-new niche that started life when Audi launched the Q2 in 2016. As a result, the first competitor for the X2 M will come from the same automaker in the form of the RS Q2. And I say “will” because so far Audi has yet to confirm that such a model is underway. But knowing how German automakers expand with performance-oriented and high-performance versions over a couple of years (sometimes even less), both S and RS variants of the Q2 are set to follow. The SQ2 will be the first to arrive, likely with around 300 horsepower, but the RS Q2 will probably hit the market with the old-school, 2.5-liter five-cylinder under the hood. This engine generates a whopping 400 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque in the latest RS3, and although it might not be this powerful in the RS Q2, it will certainly send at least 350 horses to all four wheels. But it would be out of this world for the beefed-up Q2 to arrive with 400 horsepower, a scenario that would put the X2 M at a big disadvantage performance-wise. Pricing should be similar, around the $50,000 mark before options.

Mercedes-AMG GLA45


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The Mercedes-Benz GLA is actually a competitor for the BMW X1, but since the X1 and X2 are very closely related under the skin, the comparison is more than fine. And the somewhat sleek appearing of the GLA and the absence of a proper quarter window actually makes it a proper competitor to the X2 design-wise. And unlike the X2, the GLA-Class has already received its performance upgrade. Sold as the AMG GLA45, the souped-up mini SUV sports all the familiar AMG add-on, including larger front bumper vents, unique wheels, and a more aggressive rear bumper. The interior boasts sports seats with heavy bolstering, a flat-bottom steering wheel, bespoke upholstery, and even carbon-fiber trim. Power comes from the same unit in the AMG A45 hatchback, a twin-turbo, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine good for 355 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of twist. The mill mates to an AMG Speedshift seven-speed automatic and enables the crossover to hit 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds. The big advantage here is that you can already find it in U.S. dealerships, so unless you’re willing to wait a couple of years for the X2 M, the AMG GLA45 retails from $50,600 before options.

Read our full story on the 2018 Mercedes-AMG GLA45.

Conclusion


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The X2 M might not seem like a necessity for BMW right now with the X2 competing in a brand-new niche, but the German firm has the chance to be one step ahead of the competition with this performance mini SUV. The RS Q2 may actually arrive first, but until other brands join this segment, BMW can set up a solid lineup and establish itself as a powerful force here. Granted, the fact that the Mercedes GLA is very close in terms of size and performance makes things a bit more difficult, but the X2’s unique looks – unlike the GLA, which is a perched-up A-Class – could be more appealing to customers looking for something different. With some 350 horsepower at its disposal and a host of M upgrades, the X2 M could become the dominant force in this niche.

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    • Audi RS Q2 may arrive first
    • Mercedes-AMG GLA45 is a solid proposition

References

BMW X2


BMW X2 Arrives In Paris In Concept Form - image 690239

Read our full review of the 2016 BMW X2 Concept.


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Read our full review on the 2018 BMW X2.

BMW X1


2016 BMW X1 - image 632512

Read our full review on the 2017 BMW X1.


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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW X1 M.

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2018 BMW X2

Rumors have been stirring about BMW building an X2 crossover since 2011, but it took some four years to see it in the metal for the first time. The small SUV first hit the streets in October 2015 and resurfaced again in January 2016, heavily camouflaged on both occasions. Later on, a concept car was showcased at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, making the company’s intentions about expanding the X lineup clear as daylight. Come 2017 and the X2 broke cover as the company’s sixth crossover. Essentially a sleeker, coupe-like version of the X1, the X2 competes against the likes of the Audi Q2, which was launched in 2016. It also completes BMW’s lineup of so-called coupe-style crossovers, which already includes the X6 and the X4.

The new compact SUV shares underpinnings with the second-generation X1, which rides on the same UKL platform found in the Mini Cooper and the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer. As a result, the X2 is front-wheel driven in the absence of xDrive AWD and also borrows the X1’s powertrains, meaning it will cross the pond to the U.S. in similar configurations. A North American launch date has yet to be announced as of October, but the X2 will become available in Europe starting November. Until we find out more about that, let’s have a closer look at the X2 in the review below.

Continue reading to learn out more about the 2018 BMW X2.

Exterior

  • Unique exterior design
  • Brand-new grille for SUVs
  • M Sport trim
  • BMW badges on the C-pillars
  • New tailgate design
  • Same wheelbase as X1
  • Full-LED headlamps
  • Optional 20-inch wheels
  • Exotic Galvanic Gold paint

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“While its name suggests it is part of the same range as the X4 and X6, the X2 is significantly different design-wise”

While its name suggests it is part of the same range as the X4 and X6, the X2 is significantly different design-wise. When BMW first announced the X2, many enthusiasts, us included, expected it to be a coupe version of the X1, or what the X6 is in relation to the X5. But no, the X2 doesn’t a raked roofline. Sure, it’s decidedly sportier than the X1, but it doesn’t quite fit in with the X4 and the X6. It kinda stands out on its own in the lineup, and this is a good thing for BMW, a company that adopted the “same sausage, different lengths” strategy for the majority of its vehicles in recent years.

It also sports a few design features of its own. While the headlamps are shared with the X1, the grille and the bumper are unique to this nameplate. Unlike other X SUVs, the X2 grille is wider at the base than at the top, a first for a BMW. It’s not yet clear whether this new design will make it on other BMW crossovers, but it gives the X2 a broader, more distinctive appearance. Down below, BMW ditched the usual horizontal side vents for triangular cutouts. In addition, the center vent is rectangular instead of trapezoidal, which further enhances the X2’s unique look.


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“While the headlamps are shared with the X1, the grille and the bumper are unique to this nameplate ”

The profile remains familiar compared to the X1, but there are a few changes worth mentioning. There are less creases on the lower doors, more cladding on and above the side skirts, and a new roofline and side window configuration. While the X1 comes with the traditional rear quarter windows behind the rear doors, the X2 has plain C-pillars. Combined with the slightly raked roof, it provides a sleeker profile, but it’s not as sporty looking (or hunchback?) as the X4. As a somewhat exotic feature, the X2 is the first X model to have BMW roundels on the C-pillars.

The X2 has a unique design around back as well. The taillights are the first the stand out. Although just as large as the ones seen on other X models, they look sleeker and they get wider in the lower area instead of the top. The tailgate is also neatly integrated into the body thanks to a lower crease that separate the badges from the upper section. The bumper is taller too and unlike other X models it includes the license plate recess.

Overall, the X2 is BMW’s first unique design since the i3 and i8.


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“The X2 is the first X model to have BMW roundels on the C-pillars ”

In terms of size, the X2 is only 0.78 inches shorter than the X1, while the wheelbase is identical. On the other hand, it stands 2.75 inches lower than the X1. BMW says that the X2 has a drag coefficient of only 0.28, which is a big achievement for a crossover.

Moving over to features, there are four equipment trims. Full-LED headlamps are standard on every model but the base SE. On top of getting LED lamps, the M Sport and M Sport X versions are available with 20-inch wheels, an exclusive feature in the segment. As standard, both models are fitted with 19-inch wheels, while the SE uses 17-inch V-Spoke style rims.


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The trims are set apart by different cladding too. The SE and Sport models have black trim around the wheel arches and in the bumpers, while the M Sport X, shown in the photos above, use Frozen Grey inserts. On the SE and Sport models, the rear bumper is finished in the body color and matte black. The M Sport models feature Dark Shadow metallic, while the M Sport X has a bespoke diffuser insert in Frozen Grey for a stronger contrast. Every model can be specified in BMW’s new Galvanic Gold paint, a rather exotic option for this niche.

COMPETING DESIGNS


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The X2’s main competitor is the Audi Q2, which is already available in showrooms as the pioneering vehicle of this new niche. Although it has most of the trademark Audi features we’re familiar with, the Q2 brought quite a few new styling cues to the market. For starters, it the first Audi crossover that strays from the Q7. While the Q5 and Q3 are mostly shrunken variations of the Q7, the Q2 adopted a somewhat different design. Up front, the “singleframe” grille has a more squared-off look, while the headlamps are taller, shorter, and slightly swept back. These features help the Q2 seem a bit more massive than it really is, which is a good thing given its relative car-like size. The big outlets in the bumper add a touch of sportiness to an otherwise boxy front fascia. Things are different than the usual Audi norm around back too. The rear end is made of horizontal lines almost exclusively. It’s essentially a three-tier design layout, with rear glass and roof spoiler assembly stacked on top of the fascia and the bumper seamlessly. Only the taillights stand out thanks to their almost square design — which is opposed to the thin and wide units seen on other Audis. From the sides, the Q2 looks like a compact hatchback on stilts, but the sloping roof, the missing quarter window and the silver-painted C-pillar set it apart from any other Audi on the market.

Audi Q2 BMW X2
Wheelbase (Inches) 102.1 TBA
Length (Inches) 165.0 TBA
Width (Inches) 79.09 TBA
Height (Inches) 59.37 TBA

Interior

  • Interior borrowed from X1
  • Horizontal styling cues
  • Modern looks
  • Contrast stitching all over the place
  • New Dakota leather in Magma Red
  • Micro Hexagon fabric
  • Oak grain veneer
  • 16.6-cubic-feet trunk
  • 6.5-inch touchscreen

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“While the exterior is unique in the X lineup, the interior of the X2 is identical to the X1 ”

While the exterior is unique in the X lineup, the interior of the X2 is identical to the X1. This doesn’t come as a surprise though given that BMW, much like any other carmaker, wants to keep development costs as low as possible. Of course, it also has to do with the fact that the two crossovers have identical wheelbases.

So if you’ve already seen the X1, you’ve basically seen the X2 as well. The good news is that the X1 is relatively new, having been redesigned in 2015. The layout is pretty much standard for modern BMWs, with horizontal lines used on the dashboard and the door panels. The A/C vents have a similar orientation, as do the control panels in the center stack. The purpose of this configuration is to make the cabin seems spacious, but we must not forget that the X2 is after all a compact vehicle, so it’s not as comfortable as the X5.


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“The layout is pretty much standard for modern BMWs, with horizontal lines used on the dashboard ”

The good news is that contrast stitching on the dashboard, center console, and the seats is included as standard, giving the cabin a premium look. While the base model has fabric upholstery, the M Sport version comes with fabric and Alcantara. If you want leather in the standard package, you need to get the range-topping M Sport X variant. Fancier options include new Dakota leather in Magma Red and Micro Hexagon fabric with yellow stitching, as seen in the photos above.


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Trim finisher options are also varied and include high-gloss black, aluminium, and matte oak grain veneer. There’s also an optional lighting package with orange, lilac, mint, bronze, blue and white ambient lighting. If natural light and sun is your thing, you can opt for a panoramic roof with a tilting and sliding front section.

Trunk space is rated at 470 liters (16.6 cubic feet), which is an extra 65 liters (2.3 cubic feet) compared to the Audi Q2. No info on luggage room with the rear seats folded flat, but it’s safe to assume that X2 will offer at least 1,000 liters (35.3 cubic feet).


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“Trunk space is rated at 16.6 cubic feet, an extra 2.3 cubic feet compared to the Audi Q2”

As far as infotainment and technology goes, the 6.5 inch touchscreen for the iDrive with navigation system is standard. Optionally, you can get the full-color BMW Head-Up Display, which projects all important driving information and assistance system readouts onto the windscreen, in high resolution.

Speaking of assistance systems, the optional Driving Assistant, included in the Drive Pack, adds Lane Departure Warning, Speed Limit Info with No Passing Info display, anti-dazzle High Beam Assistant, as well as Collision Warning and Pedestrian Warning with City Braking function. As an upgrade to the Driver Pack, the Driving Assistant Plus also features the Active Cruise Control system with Stop & Go function. This feature maintains a constant speed between 19 and 87 mph, as selected by the driver, and a safe distance to vehicles traveling ahead.

There’s also Traffic Jam Assistant, which takes over both proximity control and lane-keeping tasks from the driver at speeds of up to 37 mph. But while it uses steering assistance to keep the car in the middle of its lane, the driver needs to have at least one hand on the steering wheel for the system to work. Rear Park Distance Control and the rear-view camera are standard.

THE COMPETITION


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I don’t know about you, but when I look inside the Q2 I see the A3 hatchback. Sure, the steering wheel looks a bit more modern, the dashboard trim is thicker, and the door panels have been revised, but the instrument cluster, the center console, and the round A/C nozzles on the dashboard are clearly taken from the A3. That’s not to say that the Q2 looks old and its technology is dated, but I thank that its original exterior deserved a more unique cabin. And needless to say, if I had the option to choose between an A3- or Q3-inspired interior, I would’ve preferred the latter. But despite being just a rehashed A3 styling-wise, the Q2 is quite fresh when it comes to technology and features. The crossover utilizes Audi’s current fully digital instrument cluster, with a 12.3-inch screen that is similar to the one seen in the TT and R8. The configurable display offers two main views — one with large speedometer and tachometer gauges toward the center and one with the two gauges off to the sides with the entertainment or maps screens displayed between them. However, this cool screen is optional, with the entry-level model getting the analog cluster. Standard features include a seven-inch infotainment screen atop the dashboard (linked to a rotary dial near the gear lever), Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, and USB. Navigation is optional on less expensive trims, as is the Bang & Olufsen sound system.

As far as space and practicality go, the Q2 is on par with the Q3 up front, offering similar legroom, headroom, and shoulder room for the driver and passenger. In the back, the Q2 isn’t as roomy, but there’s decent space and headroom for two adults. Being almost five inches shorter than the A3 hatchback, the crossover might not be very comfortable for tall adults during long journeys. Trunk space is rated at 405 liters (14.3 cubic feet), which is some 50 liters (1.7 cubic feet) more than you find in a modern hatchback. With the rear seats folded flat, it increases to 1,050 liters (37 cubic feet).

Drivetrain

  • Same drivetrains as X1
  • Gasoline and diesel engines
  • 2.0-liter diesel with standard AWD
  • Optional AWD for other models
  • xDrive20d with 190 horsepower
  • 0 to 62 mph in less than eight seconds
  • Hill Descent Control
  • Sport driving mode
  • Possible X2 M in the future

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“The small crossover will make its market debut in xDrive20d form”

As speculated from the very beginning, the X2 will borrow its engines from the X1. The small crossover will make its market debut in xDrive20d form, which comes with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder under the hood. The turbodiesel mill is rated at 190 horsepower 295 pound-feet of torque, which is identical to its X1 counterpart. Charging from 0 to 62 mph takes 7.7 seconds, while fuel consumption is estimated at 61.4 mpg on the British cycle. CO2 emissions are as low as 121 g/km, a competitive figure in this class.

More variants will be launched in 2018, including the gasoline X2 sDrive20i and the diesel X2 sDrive18d and X2 xDrive18d. The gas model will use a 2.0-liter four-pot rated at 189 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque, but as it turns out it won’t get an all-wheel drive versions. The sDrive18d will also feature a 2.0-liter four-banger, but tuned to deliver 148 horses and 243 pound-feet. Unlike the gas model, this diesel will have optional all-wheel drive.


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“More variants will be launched in 2018, including the gasoline X2 sDrive20i and the diesel X2 sDrive18d and X2 xDrive18d”

The X2 also benefits from Hill Descent Control, which enables to to automatically maintain a desired speed on steep descents by taking care of brake control for the driver, who can focus on steering only. The crossover is also equipped with the Driving Experience Control switch, allowing the driver to choose between the default Comfort mode, the efficiency-enhancing Eco Pro mode and Sport mode. The latter setup gives the car even more dynamic steering and drivetrain responses. If the optional Dynamic Damper Control is added, the car’s suspension can be adjusted even more precisely for spirited driving.

There’s no word on when the X2 will get the more powerful xDrive25i and xDrive25d versions or even the iPerformance hybrid variant, but all three should be on the table. BMW had nothing to say about a potential X2 M model, but it should arrive right after the X1 M.

COMPETING PERFORMANCE

Just like the X2, the Q2 is available with a wide array of drivetrains in Europe, its main market. The gasoline range begins with the 1.0-liter three cylinder unit rated at 116 PS and 200 Nm of torque (114 horsepower and 148 pound-feet). This engine mates to a six-speed manual standard and a seven-speed DSG optionally and comes in a front-wheel-drive configuration only. Sprinting from 0 to 62 mph takes around 10.5 seconds, while top speed is rated at 118 mph. Next up is the familiar 1.4-liter TFSi, a four-cylinder that’s available with 150 PS and 250 Nm (148 horses and 184 pound-feet). The unit comes standard with FWD and the six-speed manual, but quattro AWD and the seven-speed DSG can be selected from the options list. Depending on specs, hitting 62 mph can take between 8.5 and nine seconds, while top speed is 127 or 129 mph Finally, the 2.0-liter TFSI pumps 190 PS and 320 Nm (187 horses and 236 pound-feet) of twist in the Q2 through a seven-speed DSG and quattro all-wheel drive. Naturally, this version is the quickest, needing only 6.8 ticks to hit 62 mph on its way to a top speed of 136 mph.

“The range-topping model benefits from standard Quattro and automatic transmission and needs only seven seconds to get to 62 mph.”

If you’re a fan of diesels, you get three options too. The base 1.6-liter TDI generates 116 PS and 250 Nm (114 horsepower and 184 pound-feet). Much like the base gas model, FWD and the manual are standard, but the automatic and Quattro can be had as options. Accelerating to 62 mph takes 10.7 seconds, while top speed comes in at 118 mph. Those who want more oomph can get it from the 2.0-liter TDI. This engine comes in two flavors, one that cranks out 150 PS and 340 Nm (148 horses and 251 pound-feet) and one that’s good for 190 PS and 400 Nm (187 horses and 295 pound-feet). The least powerful version uses FWD and the six-speed manual as standard, hits 62 mph in 8.7 seconds, and tops out at 129 mph. The range-topping model benefits from standard Quattro and automatic transmission, needs only seven seconds to get to 62 mph and its top speed is estimated at 135 mph.

Should the Q2 cross the pond to the U.S., you will only get the 2.0-liter TFI version at first. A diesel is likely to follow at some point, but only the range-topping 2.0-liter TDI will be offered.

Audi Q2 1.0 TFSI Audi Q2 1.4 TFSI CoD Audi Q2 1.6 TDI Audi Q2 2.0 TDI Audi Q2 2.0 TDI BMW X1
Engine 1.0-liter three cylinder 1.4-liter inline 4-cylinder 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder diesel 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder diesel 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder diesel 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder
Horsepower 114 HP 148 HP @ 5,000 – 6,000 RPM 116 HP @ 3,250 – 4,000 RPM 148 HP @ 3,500 – 4,000 RPM 187 HP @ 3,500 – 4,000 RPM 228 HP @ 5,000–6,000 RPM
Torque 148 LB-FT 184 LB-FT @ 1,500-3,500 RPM 184 LB-FT @ 1,500-3,200 RPM 250 LB-FT @ 1,750-3,000 RPM 295 LB-FT @ 1,900-3,300 RPM 258 LB-FT @ 1,450–4,500 RPM
Top Speed 118 mph 131 mph 122 mph 131 mph 135.5 mph 131 mph
0-100 km/h (0-62.1 mph) 10.5 seconds 8.5 seconds 10.3 seconds 8.1 seconds 7.3 seconds 6.6 seconds
Curb Weight 2,788 Lbs 2,888 Lbs 3,251 Lbs 3,262 Lbs 3,543 Lbs

Prices


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Pricing for the X2, which goes on sale from mid-November 2017, starts from £33,980 in the United Kingdom. BMW has yet to announce available for the U.S. market, but it should cross the pond to North America sometime in 2018. Likely to arrive in sDrive25i and xDrive25i forms, it should retail from around $29,000.

Other Options To Consider

Mercedes-Benz GLA


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The GLA was actually designed to compete against the BMX X1 and Audi Q3, but it can be cross-shopped with both the X2 and Q2 due to its hatchback-like body style and sporty profile. Also based on a car, in this case the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, the GLA is the company’s smallest crossover to date. Introduced in 2014, it sports the brand’s current and familiar styling language with a big grille and swept back headlamps at the front and large taillights to the rear. It also lacks quarter windows, which makes it similar to the X2 and Q2, but unlike its competitors, the roof line makes it less of a coupe and more of a hatchback on stilts. Drivetrain-wise, there are many options available. The gasoline range includes a 1.6-liter four-cylinder with either 120 horsepower and 148 pound-feet or 154 horses and 184 pound-feet and a 2.0-liter turbo-four with 208 horsepower and 258 pound-feet. As far as diesels go, the 1.5-liter engine generates 108 horsepower and 192 pound-feet, while the 2.1-liter oil burner cranks out either 134 horses and 221 pound-feet or 168 horsepower and 258 pound-feet. Finally, the GLA 45 AMG delivers 355 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of twist from its gas-powered, 2.0-liter four-cylinder for drivers in need of a performance-oriented crossover. U.S. pricing for the GLA starts from $32,850.

Read our full review of the Mercedes-Benz GLA

Nissan Juke


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Granted, the Nissan Juke is not a premium crossover, but if you don’t care about a luxurious interior and fancy tech, this is a great option to consider. Not only one of the first coupe-shaped compact crossovers on the market — it has been around since 2010 — the Juke also has a rather intriguing design, making it unique in just about any company. The drivetrain lineup might not be as diverse, but Nissan offers a 1.6-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine in a wide array of output flavors. The base model comes with 93 horsepower and 103 pound-feet, but customers can upgrade to 115 horses and 116 pound-feet. The turbo range begins with 188 horsepower and 177 pound-feet, while the range-topping Nismo version comes with 197 horses and 184 pound-feet. If you want a diesel, there’s the 1.5-liter dCi unit good for 109 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque. Needless to say, it’s not the most powerful crossover out there, but it’s the most affordable, retailing from $20,250 in the U.S.

Read our full review of the Nissan Juke.

Conclusion


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Though I’m no big fan of the X4 and the X6, which I find rather ugly and useless (albeit attractively powerful), the X2 has everything it needs to become an important member of BMW’s SUV lineup. Smaller than the X4 and X6, the X2 is significantly more affordable, which will bring new customers to BMW dealerships, especially enthusiasts who can’t afford the bigger SUVs and drivers who simply want a city crossover with sporty looks. With the X2, and the upcoming X7, BMW’s circle of X-badged SUVs will finally be complete.

  • Leave it
    • Yet another useless small crossover?
    • Not the prettiest BMW out there
    • No M version anytime soon

References

BMW X2


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Read our full review of the 2016 BMW X2 Concept.

BMW X4


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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW X4.

BMW X6


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Read our full review on the 2017 BMW X6.

BMW X2 Concept


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“"The BMW Concept X2 combines the fast-moving body language and low-slung proportions of a coupe with the robust construction of an X model." – Karim Habib, Head of BMW Design”

Check out our full review of the BMW X2 Concept.

Spy Shots

October 10, 2017 – BMW X2 caught wearing no camouflage


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October 6, 2017 – BMW X2 caught testing in Munich


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June 7, 2017 – BMW X2 reveals more of its front end


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December 13, 2016 – BMW X2 Goes Winter Testing


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November 15, 2015 – BMW X2 caught testing close to the BMW development center in Munich


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January 18, 2016 – BMW X2 caught testing in the snow


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November 6, 2015 – BMW X2 testing on the streets of Munich


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Updated History

Updated 10/06/2017: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming BMW X2 out for a new testing session on the streets of Berlin.

Updated 06/07/2017: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming BMW X2 out for a new testing session – and this time the prototype shows more of its front end. The production version X2 is expected to be unveiled in September at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Updated 11/15/2016: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming BMW X2 out for a new testing session close to the BMW development center in Munich.

Updated 10/10/2016: At the recent 2016 Paris Auto Show we saw the X2 Concept. Based on the concept, we decided to create a rendering for the production version. Check it out and let us know what do you think about it in the comments section below.

Updated 11/16/2015: Based on the recent rumors and speculations, we created a rendering for the upcoming BMW X2. We hope you like it.

Updated 11/06/2015: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming BMW X2 testing on the streets of Munich. The X2 will be offered in both front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions, with an M version also being a possibility. BMW will offer both gasoline and diesel engines – borrowed from the X1, with a plug-in version set to arrive at a later date.

PostHeaderIcon The X2 Brings New DNA to the BMW Lineup

BMW’s lineup is ripe with models ranging from little sedans to sports cars to SUVs in any flavor or power denomination you could want. Now, that lineup gets a little bigger thanks to the addition of the BMW X2 – another coupe-shaped SUV that sits near the bottom of the lineup. It’s actually shorter than the X1 and lower than the X1 but carries the same wheelbase. A new grille design is showcased as well, with the X2 being the first model to feature a kidney grille with the bottom being longer than the top. If you recall they are usually symmetrical or longer on top. Needless to say, the X2 looks a lot like some of the other X-models out there, but the slight differences help to set it apart. Oh, and everything but the entry model even gets full LED headlights.

Inside you get a choice of various materials depending on trim level, and you can even get contrast stitching if you wish. Outside of this the interior is pretty much on par with the rest of the models in BMW’s lineup but can be equipped with a cool ambient lighting that offers up a number of different colors including Lilac and Bronze. If you opt for the panoramic roof, the front portion will open up like a traditional sunroof – that’s something you don’t usually see with glass up top. Of course, unless you’re someone who digs burning diesel, you won’t be going after the X2 when it hits dealers in mid-November since the xDrive20d is the only model that will be available at launch. Later one, an xDrive18d will be available as well as a sdrive version of the 20 and 18 in gasoline form – I guess only diesel is good enough for all-wheel drive.

At the end of the day, BMW will ask you to sign over £33,980 or about $45,022 at current exchange rates. For what it’s worth, you’ll get a model that’s good for 190 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. It can hit 62 mph in 7.7 seconds. And with that said, I want to know what your opinion is on the X2. Personally, it seems a little redundant to me – it’s basically a 1 Series with jacked up suspension and pricing, and is nothing more than a pawn to help BMW continue flooding the SUV and Crossover market. Let us know what you think in the comments section below and check out our full review for even more information on the new X2.

References

BMW X2


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Read our full review on the 2018 BMW X2.


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Read more BMW news.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 BMW X2 Previewed in “Urban Jungle”

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The all-new 2018 BMW X2 is the company’s ticket to the lucrative compact crossover segment and they are, understandably, giddy to build some hype for the car before its official debut. So they have embarked on an elaborate teasing campaign with the theme “urban jungle” reflecting the fact that the X2 is built for city life. 

They used to call these crossovers, which are really only jacked-up hatchbacks, compact crossovers. BMW, though, must have realized that wordplay was not fooling anyone, so they have dropped the whole utility thing and call the 108 BMW X2 an Sports Activity Coupe, even though it is not literally a coupe and as for activity and sportiness, well, they are counting on broad definitions.

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The urban jungle teaser for 2018 BMW X2 shows us the car in a variety of situations in various places of a modern, busy city, but the X2 is wearing a unique camouflage design with yellow, grey and black highlights. It’s actually a pretty cool look for a corssover and we won’t be at all surprised if one of the hundred of car wrappers out there offers copies of this design who fancy it. The official debut of the X2 will take place at the IAA in September, but we will definitely get an early look before that. So stay tuned.

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 BMW X2 Revealed in Leaked Patent Images

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So not long after the debut of the 2018 X3 BMW is gearing up to launch yet another SUV. Well, the new 2018 BMW X2 is more of a compact crossover given its size and proportions, but that still begs the question why do we need so many of these things? And is the difference between an X3 and X2 great enough to justify the existence of both?

In any case, the new X2 will hit the market sometime next year, after it has made its debut at the 2017 IAA, aiming straight at the wallet of compact/urban/active crossover buyers who want something taller and more capable than the ordinary hatchbacks and don’t much care about off-road abilities and on-road performance.

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2018 BMW X2 is designed to satisfy the needs of an urban dweller with compact size and small and efficient engines, not to mention up-to-the-minute connectivity and safety features. But because crossover buyers still want some of that rugged SUV look the bigger cars have, the X2 comes with aggressive looking bumpers, fender flares, and some extra bits of plastic that garnish the side skirts and look like protective parts for those sills.

These leaked patent images show the 2018 BMW X2 in its production trim, so we can already say the car is not really a looker. Then again, none of BMW X models are, and yet they always sell like hot cakes with strawberry frosting.

Via Carsccops

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PostHeaderIcon BMW X2

Rumors have been stirring about BMW building an X2 crossover since 2011, but we had yet to see it in the metal until 2015. The small SUV finally hit the streets in October 2015 and resurfaced again in January 2016, heavily camouflaged on both occasions. Although BMW has yet to officially confirm the X2, a concept car was showcased at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, making the company’s intentions about expanding the X lineup clear as daylight.

Essentially a sleeker, coupe-like version of the X1, the X2 will compete against the likes of the Audi Q2, which was launched in 2016 after intense speculation. It will also complete BMW’s lineup of X-badged SUVs, which will include no fewer than seven nameplates once the range-topping X7 hits dealerships. Naturally, the X2 will be part of a trio of coupe crossovers, which already includes the X6 and the X4.

The new crossover should share underpinnings with the second-generation X1, which rides on the same UKL platform found in the Mini Cooper and the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer. As a result, the X2 will also borrow the X1’s powertrains and cross the pond to the U.S. in similar configurations.

A launch date has yet to be announced, but given that the concept was unveiled in the third quarter of 2016, the production model should break cover sometime in 2017. Expect it to arrive Stateside for the 2018 model year. Until that happens, we created a rendering based on the concept car to go with the speculative review below.

Updated 12/13/2016: Our spy photographers caught the upcoming BMW X2 out for a new testing session, this time during winter conditions.

Continue reading to learn out more about the 2018 BMW X2.


PostHeaderIcon BMW X2 Arrives In Paris In Concept Form

Rumored for quite a few years, the BMW X2 just made its debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. Although just a concept for now, the X2 is not overly wild for a show car and previews the company’s third coupe-like crossover.

Described as a vehicle for “active people looking for a combination of enjoyment and practicality,” the X2 concept looks like a mash up between the X1 and X4, but seasoned with a number of conceptual styling cues that will find their way on the production car in a more toned-down form. Although part of the same family that includes the X4 and X6, the X2 isn’t as sleek as it bigger cousins. The roof line is closer to those of the X1 and X3, missing the familiar hump of the X4.

On the flipside, the glasshouse is lower, while the tailgate is significantly smaller compared to the rest of the rear fascia. This gives the small crossover a more imposing look, as do the massive grille and bumper at the front. Speaking of the latter, it houses two big side vents and a wide center intake that remind of M-spec Bimmers. Onto the sides, the X2 showcases large wheels, gray wheel arch and side skirt inserts, slender mirrors. The window surrounds are made from brushed aluminum instead of the usual chrome or black trim. Another notable feature is the rear diffuser, which features two big exhaust outlets at each corner.

Other than that, the X2 remains true to BMW’s current styling language for crossovers, highlighted by the two-box design, short overhangs, and heavily forward-slanting C-pillar. The trademark Hofmeister Kink is also present. Naturally, the production model will drop the exaggerated wheels, grille, and bumpers and will adopt larger windows, but for the most part this concept is a good preview of things to come.

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