We bring you the first live look at the 2016 X1 (F48) prototypes. The F48 recently began its testing a couple of months ago and while still heavily camouflaged, the test mules reveal a brawnier and stockier look than the current E84 X1. Compared to the E84, the F48 X1 features a shorter front end, shortened overhangs and a taller and more upright greenhouse. While some may mistaken the E84 X1 for a larger wagon, there’s no mistaking the upcoming F48 X1 as a compact SAV.
The F48 X1 will also make a departure from the current X1 by making the switch from RWD to FWD. It’s been built on BMW’s FWD “UKL” platform and should be offered in both FWD and AWD models. The … CONTINUED
The BMW 4 Series Gran F36 has been spied in action on video.
Check out how the car looks on the road and on the track.
We’ve now added a video of the Yas Marina Blue F80 M3!
BMW has launched the online visualizer and product microsite for the just revealed BMW M235i and 2 Series Coupe. The 2 Series visualizer lets you configure the M235i and 2 series in its various exterior colors and wheels, as well as the different lines and the M Sport package.
The 2 Series microsite also breaks down the various highlights of the 2 Series Coupe, including Design, Lines & Equipment, Dynamics, Efficiency, Services & Apps, Driver Assistance, Comfort & Safety, and more. There’s a particularly cool design comparison against the BMW 2002, the 2 Series Coupe’s spiritual descendent.
Even more photos have been posted of the BMW M235i coupe ahead of its official reveal on Friday (German time).
This time we get a glance at its interior as well as the rear design.
Here are the first photos of the BMW M235i Coupe which is currently making its rounds at dealers across the U.S.
The official reveal for the M235i and 2 Series Coupe will come later this week – October 25th (German time).
The first ever BMW 2 Series Coupe will be presented on Oct. 25th. Here is a teaser for the M235i coupe.
Months ago we uncovered much of the M235i by way of a set of very revealing photos (reposted below), but we now show you some more unique looks.
The first image shows the M235i bumper (on the left) compared to the standard 2 Series bumper (on the right). The 2 Series bumper is the same as the one spotted on the standard 2 Series prototype we showed you last week. Both designs look very sporty to us. The image also gives a great top-down look at the M235i and highlights how short its overhangs and tail end are.
Next up is the first look at the M235i’s undercarriage and shows us that like the M135i, it is not equipped with a limited slip differential (LSD) as … CONTINUED