What you see in the pictures is the BMW X2 being tested under cold weather conditions in Sweden.
As the X2 is based on the X1, it is expected to share the same motors too. So, while the European market may get both petrol and diesel powerplants in three and four cylinder iterations, the US market will only get the petrol versions. Visually, the nose of the X2 highlights a wide kidney grille with the head lamps aggressively angled towards it, along with wider intakes on the bumper.
The German brand is expected to equip the X2 with both FWD and AWD variants, and also plans to have electric versions added to the line-up. Sources reveal that the X2 should hit showrooms internationally in 2018, and will be targeted at young buyers who will be lured to the sleek shape of this CUV.
Reports state that the prices for the BMW X2 should be slightly higher than a top end X1, and bearing in mind the manner in which this segment is flourishing the world over, BMW India should also rope this model for the Indian market.