2023 BMW X1 and BMW iX1 – Bigger, Better Looking and more rugged. 2023 BMW X1 and BMW iX1 – Official Product Presentation
BMW is showing off the new X1, and the small crossover’s new look is eye-catching. With its large kidney grilles, angular surfaces, and large black plastic cladding, it’s certainly more characterful than its predecessor, although we’re not sure if we’re sold on the exaggerated design. It’s longer, wider, and taller than before and has a longer wheelbase, which should result in more interior space for passengers and cargo.
The xDrive28i model once again comes with a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four engine and all-wheel drive, but there are some revisions to the powertrain. Rather than a conventional eight-speed automatic transmission, it now uses a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic unit. And the engine itself uses the Miller cycle and now produces 241 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque.
Adaptive dampers are a new option, and they lower the X1’s ride height by 0.6 inch. 18-, 19-, and 20-inch wheels are available, and there’s once again an M Sport package with aggressive-looking exterior tweaks and different interior trim.
Inside is a new curved display similar to what’s in the refreshed 3-series. It incorporates a 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 10.7-inch central infotainment screen. There’s a fair amount of standard equipment, including navigation, a power tailgate, and several driver-assistance features. Options include a convenience package, an XLine design package, a premium package, and heated seats and a heated steering wheel.
The 2023 X1 will arrive in the U.S. late this year, and a redesigned X2 with a sleeker silhouette should follow shortly after. The xDrive28i starts at $39,595.
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