2023 BMW X1 Teased Online

Earlier today, BMW Charrier Cholet took to Facebook to invite its followers to attend a sneak preview of the 2023 X1 on Monday, May 2. The new U11 X1 is doing its media rounds next month, so we’re just weeks away from its world debut. In this image, the X1’s outline hints at a larger vehicle, one that spy shots have shown will have a more mature design. The crossover has generally been the ugly duckling of the BMW X family, but the third iteration should represent a significant step forward. Mind you, the teaser/preview is all about the combustion-engined vehicle, but the iX1 is not far behind.

2023 BMW iX1 teaser

Separately, BMW UK mentions the new electric crossover “will arrive shortly after the market launch of the all-new BMW X1”. The firm’s British side also reveals the smallest X will once again come in a plug-in hybrid flavor. Comparing the two teasers, it looks as though the headlights will have different LED daytime running lights.

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Since the X1 will stick to the front-wheel-drive formula, it’s not going to receive an M version. However, an M Performance model is in the works and it will have quad exhaust tips. Logic tells us it will inherit the powertrain from the M135i, X2 M35i, and M235i Gran Coupe. In other words, it’ll have a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-pot making around 300 horsepower to fight the AMG GLA 35.

As for the iX1, it will ride on the same platform as the ICE-powered model. The same BMW UK site reveals a maximum WLTP range of 272 miles (438 kilometers). However, that’s not the final number since it represents only an estimation made based on prototypes. Ideally, the final production model will be able to beat those figures.

Source: BMW Charrier Cholet / Facebook, BMW UK

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