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BMW’s new SUV will have the drive on all four wheels

The new 2016 BMW X1.

‘Partially redesigned’

That’s the word from German automaker as it inroduced the new 2016 BMW X1 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. 

And they say that the new SUV will be more comfortable, modern and with increased fuel economy. Major technological innovation in the new 2016 BMW X1 are the Connect Drive package and accessories. 

It is the second-generation model. Existing engine will be upgraded, the goal is to improve fuel economy with the B48 family engine and there is speculation that the company is preparing a hybrid version of this model. 

BMW’s new SUV will have the drive to all four wheels, which is a change from the previous model, which had a rear-wheel drive. When it comes to car design, it will be little changed.  It will have great similarities with the BMW X2 Active Tourer as both models will be built on the same platform.


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