BMW's upcoming X2 crossover was spied testing recently. The spyshots confirm that the five-door-coupe version of the X1, which was mysterious till date, is finally out testing on the roads.
The new vehicle continues with BMW’s design language; it uses the traditional kidney-shaped grille and the four-eyed look. As earlier reports suggest, the new X2 will carry over the German manufacturer's UKL platform. The X1, 2 Series Active Tourer and 2 Series Gran Tourer are also underpinned by this platform. Though this a test mule in its early stage of testing, we can gauge that it will be a compact sized car with squeezed in dimensions.
The X2 is expected to be powered by a transverse engine, which could be one from BMW's three-cylinder or four-cylinder mills. Both petrol and diesel engine options will be offered. Power is expected to be sent to the front wheels only, however, according to speculations the all-wheel-drive system will also be introduced.
The BMW X2 might go on sale in late 2017 and will be slotted between the manufacturer's X1 and X3. More details will be revealed soon as new spyshots emerge.