BMW’s 1 Series has give up its old dated shape and demanded the newness, as other series are getting updated. Now, the company has decided to reshape the BMW X1 Crossover and features it with latest design and tech. New and revamped 1-series debuts front-wheel and all-wheel drive models only, prioritizing luggage space, back-seat legroom and agility over sick smoky drift action.

The firm’s entry-level crossover will enter the 2020 model year after receiving a series of updates that includes a bigger grille. The X1 Crossover is complemented by redesigned headlights and new trims on the lower part of the front bumper.

BMW X1 Crossover

Well, the BMW X1 M Sport is billed as the most “athletic-looking” option with lowered M Sport suspension. M Sport version can also be had with BMW Individual High-gloss Shadow Line trim and M Aerodynamics package. The front of the revised X1 has a larger BMW grille, Adaptive LED headlights, LED fog lamps, and larger air intakes.

On the other hand, automaker has changed the lights a little bit darker, moved the emblem to the bottom of the hatch, and gave the bumper a new-look design. Additional paint colors and alloy wheel designs round out the exterior changes.

According to BMW, all BMW X1 models will have ran 8.8-inch touchscreen that displays the latest generation of the company’s infotainment system. Besides that it has standard navigational system with Apple CarPlay compatibility. But the X1 still isn’t compatible with Android Auto.

While coming to the power engine, the crossover is equipped with a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder. That enables to produce 228 horsepower from 5,000 to 6,000 rpm and 258 pound-feet of torque. And over a broad range stretches from 1,450 and 4,500 rpm.

Most importantly, it spins the front wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. Buyers can order all-wheel drive at an extra cost. BMW calls the front-wheel drive model sDrive28i, and it refers to the all-wheel drive variant as the xDrive28i.

On the other hand, the plug-in hybrid will land in March 2020 and promises a 9.7 kWh battery and the ability to go up to 31 miles on electricity alone.