The test program of the new BMW X1 2023 is coming to an end. In a few weeks it will complete its development, but these new spy photos show the sporty finish M Sport testing its specifications on the Nürburgring circuit.
Full throttle. This is how the testing program goes new BMW X1 2023, and the same has been hunted in the middle of the Nürburgring circuit. The German brand has stepped on the accelerator more than ever, and its technicians on board the SUV also to complete the development in the coming weeks, so its world debut is getting closer.
Although you won’t be completely bare, these new spy photos With a little less camouflage in tow, they are evidence of the state that is experiencing an important advance. But they also show more clearly the accessories of the “M Sport” sports finish. The third generation of the X1 already reveals the new design of the ovoid grille, which has the usual black vertical bars and an active aerodynamics system inside.
2023 BMW X1 M Sport Spy Photos
A flatter and more vertical radiator grille that is accompanied by a bumper with sportier lines, and air inlets with a honeycomb pattern, at the same time that the sharper headlights are already more finely visible. The “M Sport” finish is also characterized by the pronounced side skirts, which conceal a lowered chassis heightwhile at the rear it has a spoiler over the tailgate and a bumper with vertical retro-reflectors at the ends.
The new X1 will combine sportiness with a more sophisticated interior, inheriting from the new Series 2 Active Tourer the large curved screen which is also being extended to other models in the range, but this Premium SUV will be the second in the compact range to have it, completely as standard. One of the characteristics of the new X1, in which the comfort, connectivity and safety equipment will be stars.
Known internally as ‘U11’, BMW will once again offer a version offering similar to the current model, with blocks of three and four cylinders in line, both in gasoline and diesel, with the 2.0-liter only in the most powerful, indivisibly with the xDrive all-wheel drive. The offer will be associated with a eight-speed automatic gearbox. The new model will be presented at the end of this spring, and launched on the market in the middle of autumn, as a 2023 model.