BMW has unveiled its all-new X2 coupe-crossover that sits in between the X1 and X3 in its range.
Just one engine will be available on the X2 from launch, the xDrive20d, which produces 187bhp and 400Nm of torque. Four trim levels are available – SE, Sport, M Sport and M Sport X.
Further engines will be added to the line-up next year, all of which will be 2.0-litres with a range of outputs, including the petrol sDrive20i and diesel sDrive18d and xDrive18d.
All-wheel-drive comes as standard on the xDrive20d, although next year two-wheel-drive derivatives will be available.
Standard equipment on the X2 includes twin exhaust pipes, parking sensors, 17-inch wheels, a 6.5-inch infotainment display with satellite navigation and an updated version of BMW’s ConnectedDrive.
Several equipment packs are also available, including a lighting package that allows for a host of different mood lighting settings and LED lighting in the cabin. A WiFi hotspot is also available as part of the Tech Pack, as well as wireless charging.
The X2 also has a key focus on safety, particularly cars that are fitted with the optional Drive Pack. This includes lane-departure warning, pedestrian safety with city braking function and collision warning.
Prices start from £33,980 for the X2. It is available to order from the middle of November.