Photo Gallery: Is the 2023 BMW X1 one of the brand’s few good looking models?

Hot on the heels of the 2023 BMW X1 landing in the hands of reporters for its press launch, the German carmaker has released more than 100 new photos of the SUV.

The German carmaker took the wraps off the new X1 at the end of May. It refers to it as a compact sports activity vehicle and has a more refined design than the previous generation model.

The front of the new X1 is particularly attractive. This comes thanks to the inclusion of the obligatory kidney grilles which are not the largest in the BMW family but remain massive for a vehicle of this size. BMW has slotted in a pair of all new headlights with Inverted-L Daytime Running Lights that further enhance the dynamic look of the X1.

Read more: The 2023 BMW X1 is bigger, better looking and starts at $38,600

These attractive design changes continue at the rear of the SUV with a new roof-mounted spoiler, LED taillights with an attractive lighting signature, and a bold diffuser with a silver faux skid plate.

One key difference between the new X1 and the old one is that the 2023 model is significantly larger. In fact, it is 1.7-inches (43 mm) long, 0.9-inches (22.9 mm) wide and 1.7-inches (43 mm) tall. The wheelbase has also increased by 0.9-inch (22.9 mm) and sits at 106-inch (2,692.4 mm). These increased dimensions contribute to additional shoulder and elbow room for front and rear seat passengers.

Customers in the United States will have only one powertrain to choose from, namely an updated 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that makes 241 hp between 4,500 and 6,500 rpm and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque between 1,500 and 4,000 rpm. Is. Working with this engine is a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that sends power through all four wheels.

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US pricing for the 2023 BMW X1 starts at $38,600 plus a $995 destination fee. It will be available for sale in the fourth quarter of this year.

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