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2013 BMW X1 facelift spied

BMW has been spotted testing a prototype of the facelifted BMW X1. The revised model is expected to feature new front bumpers, restyled headlights, some interior updates, and the new 2.0-litre TwinPower turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Judging by the looks of this prototype, caught during extreme winter conditions, the facelifted X1 will feature a more pronounced upper grille area, matching BMW's latest design theme...

BMW X1 M under consideration: rumour

BMW's M Division is reportly thinking of introducing a BMW X1 M car. The car could be accompanied by a 235kW turbocharged six-cylinder and a number of M handling, braking and visual enhancements. Although nothing is official yet, reports from Europe, say such a vehicle could be already under development...

2011 BMW X1 M Sport price announced

As previously reported, the new BMW X1 range will be available with an optional M Sport pack as of March this year. BMW has just released pricing and details of the optional M Sport kit. As mentioned, the M Sport kit includes 17-inch alloy wheels (18-inch wheels are also available), an M Sport body kit, high-gloss roof rails, M Sport brushed aluminium kick panels and completely colour-coded body panels and trimming...

2011 BMW X1 M Sport Package revealed before Geneva

Details of the 2011 BMW X1 M Sport Package have trickled out ahead of its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The M Sport Package will feature the usual tweaks, including enhancements to the suspension and styling, but will stop short of any engine revisions...

UPDATE: 2011 BMW X1 xDrive28i TwinPower Turbo

BMW has just announced details of the all-new BMW X1 xDrive28i TwinPower Turbo in Europe. The car will feature a fresh new 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine using TwinPower turbo technology, and will replace the current 3.0-litre naturally aspirated six-cylinder models...

2011 BMW X1 gets two models and new engines

BMW has announced two new models with two new engines for the new BMW X1 compact Sports Activity Vehicles, both of which are petrol-powered. The two new models will provide the BMW X1 with a new entry-level rear-drive variant - called the BMW X1 sDrive18i - and a new top spec four-wheel drive variant - called the BMW X1 xDrive25i...

2011 BMW X1 M-Sport spy shots

If you're slightly bored by the new BMW X1 but still like the overall personality of the car then this is for you. Recently caught in Europe out on a road test, it's the new BMW X1 M-Sport. We can see by these images the new car receives various accents and sporty additions typical of the BMW M Division...

ANCAP awards Ford Falcon Ute, BMW X1 five-star safety rating

The latest round of Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) testing has rated selected models of the Ford FG Falcon Ute and the entire BMW X1 range five stars for safety. The five-star safety rating applies to all current model six- and eight-cylinder Falcon Utes fitted with stability control (ESC), side airbags and a tunnel-mounted transmission lever (ESC and side airbags are standard on XR6 and XR6 Turbo, optional on XL and R6)...

BMW X1 Launched - BMW's entry SUV X1

Update: - BMW X1 Review. BMW X1 Launched Updated: 27/01/10 @ 10.00am with Australian spec. interior photos. As a prelude to the forthcoming compact SUV's launch in Australia, the German powerhosue has announced pricing for its new BMW X1. Beginning at $43,500, it aims squarely at Audi's Q5 and Volvo's XC60...

BMW X1 Lego scale model built for charity

Update: BMW X1 Review. One of the most famous toys in the world is Lego, everyone at some stage in their life has played with it, as a child or as a parent. Lego has made a guest appearance at BMW Welt in Munich. 800 children spent four days to put together a true to scale model of a BMW X1 using 165,000 LEGO bricks. Resulting in a bright yellow BMW X1...

BMW X1 interest grows ahead of Australian launch

Update: BMW X1 Review. BMW says interest in its new X1 baby soft-roader has been high despite the fact that the car doesn’t arrive in Australia for another six months. BMW Australia general manager of marketing, Tom Noble, said more than 1000 people have registered for information ahead of its launch...