The design of BMW’s X2 has leaked through a series of renderings that were submitted to a Japanese patent company. Sources state that the leaked images are quite similar to BMW’s X2 concept car that was unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.
While the image shows the X2 to have retained the overall distinctive shape, some elements like the head lamps and grille seem to have been toned down for the production model. The concept car’s sleek mirrors (thought to be cameras) have also been predictably dropped for a conventional set of mirrors.
At the rear, the dual exhausts and a large bash plate have been replaced by a single exhaust and a smaller skid plate. We also noticed that the tail lamps are larger than the ones seen on the concept car. Since the BMW X2 was spotted recently lapping the Nurburgring, there is talk about the brand also working on a performance oriented version of the car.
Reports suggest that the BMW X2 can be expected to debut in the last quarter of 2017, before the car rolls into showrooms in the first half of 2018. Stay tuned to CarWale for more information on the BMW X2.