[VIDEO] Explore 2024 BMW X2 FWD in Latest Walkaround

BMW unveiled the second-generation X2, codenamed “U10,” last October. Its commercial debut awaits in March. To lure buyers, European dealers are actively showcasing this chic crossover. A captivating video from a dealership in Turkey presents a base model. Yet, it’s loaded with options, highlighting its allure.

In the United States, the lineup starts with the much more powerful xDrive28i. Here, you can’t even buy the entry-level sDrive20i spec. We’re showcasing a Sapphire Black, front-wheel-drive model equipped with the M Sport Package. Finding a car with a small three-cylinder engine and 21-inch wheels is rare. Yet, the X2 now sports 21-inch wheels, thanks to its larger dimensions: 4554 mm long, 1845 mm wide, and 1590 mm tall.

This model features optional adaptive matrix LED headlights, recognizable by the blue inlays. They sit in front of an all-black, illuminated kidney grille, an extra that comes at an additional cost. Red brake calipers strikingly contrast the all-black exterior. The large rear spoiler, though prominent, adds no extra value since BMW equips every X2 model with this aerodynamic component.

Upon entering, the options list expands. You’ll find an illuminated M logo and electric front seats with integrated headrests. Yes, even a front-wheel drive, three-cylinder crossover can boast an M emblem inside. Metallic accents, ambient lighting, and red and black upholstery set a compelling mood, yet the dedicated iDrive controller remains missing.

It’s worth noting the BMW X2 has seen considerable improvements both inside and out. This affordable model looks much more luxurious than its predecessor. Ultimately, buyers will need to decide if it’s worth their investment.

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