Shortly after a leak revealed some unplanned info about the new vehicle, BMW officially debuted their upcoming second-generation X1 crossover model. The vehicle will get its in-person debut this September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The new model rocks a new design that is much more boxy, but yet is still quite sleek and aerodynamic-looking, with angular headlights and a slightly upwards curve throughout the body.
On the inside, the X1 is most similar to its predecessor, though the vehicle now boasts a 6.5-inch multimedia screen for navigation or music needs. There is additionally a long list of optional features that buyers can add to the model.
Additionally, the new X1 also offers much more cargo space, as well as more spacey seating, with standard power seats in front. Despite the increase in available room, the model still has that compact appeal from the outside.