New BMW X1 teased in winter testing shots

BMW has released some photos of their new BMW X1 SUV during winter testing, the car is being tested out ahead of its official launch.

The photos show the new BMW X1 being tested in the snow, this is the third generation X1 and it will be available as a fully electric model with the BMW iX1.

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New BMW X1

The countdown is on for the third generation of the BMW X1 – and for the first fully electrically powered Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) in the premium compact segment.

The new BMW iX1 (electric power consumption combined: 18.4 – 17.3 kWh/100 km in the WLTP cycle; CO2 emissions: 0 g/km; electric range: 413 – 438 km [257 – 272 miles] in the WLTP cycle; figures in the NEDC cycle: – ; predicted values based on the car’s current stage of development) has now successfully completed driving dynamics testing at the BMW Group’s winter testing centre in Arjeplog, northern Sweden.

On snow-covered roads and specially prepared ice tracks around the town of Arjeplog close to the Arctic Circle, it joined the conventionally powered and plug-in hybrid variants of the new BMW X1 in passing integrated application tests for its powertrain and chassis systems. Another fully electric model from the BMW Group has therefore reached the final phase of series development process.

You can find out more details about the new BMW X1 and VMW iX1 SUV over at the BMW website at the link below.

Source: BMW

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