The 2021 BMW X2 M Mesh Edition SOUNDS like a crazy SUV with a 300kW (400hp) from a turbo I4, but it just has a mesh grille.
No, the BMW X2 M Mesh edition isn\’t a X2 M, it’s just a package with sporty design items including a mesh grille, decals, wheels and interior upgrades.
The 2020 BMW X2 xDrive25e has good power (162kW / 217hp), good performance (0-100km/h in 6.8s), and an EV range of 53km (33mi).
The 2020 BMW X2 xDrive25e plug-in hybrid has a 1.5L turbo I3 plug-in hybrid with 162kW (217hp), AWD, and a 53km (33mi) WLTP EV range.
The 2019 BMW X2 M35i has a more powerful 2L turbo I4 gas engine, lots of M styling parts, and retuned suspension and steering.
The 2019 BMW X2 M35i has a 2L turbo I4 engine with 225kW (306hp) and 450Nm (332 lb-ft), an 8-speed auto, AWD, and a 0-100km/h time of 4.9s.
The F39 BMW X2 is the “coupe” version of the X1. Based on UKL FWD platform, it has 3 and 4-cylinder gas and diesel engines, and optional AWD.
OK, it’s not Chris Bangle radical, but the BMW Concept X2 might mean an end to the BMW sausage factory churning out the same thing but in different sizes.
The BMW X2 is based on the FWD/AWD X1, but coupe SUV has greater design differences than the X4 to the X3 and X6 to the X5.