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May 28, 2019
  • Update to BMW’s popular compact Sports Activity Vehicle.
  • New exterior styling, colors and wheel designs.
  • New interior enhancements for improved comfort and quality.
  • Global production to begin July 2019. U.S. arrival expected late 2019.
  • Pricing to be announced closer to on sale date.

Woodcliff Lake, NJ – May 28, 2019…Today, BMW announces the updated 2020 X1 Sports Activity Vehicle. Since its introduction in 2015, the X1 has gone on to become BMW’s best-selling X vehicle worldwide. In the U.S., the X1 is the third most popular X model, behind the X3 and X5.

The updated X1, available in front-wheel drive X1 sDr28i and all-wheel drive X1 xDr28i versions offers one of the roomiest cabins in its class combined with the technology, performance, comfort and agility attributes which make up the heart of all the models in BMW’s Sports Activity Vehicle line.

New exterior features
The latest version of the BMW X1 SAV receives more modern, updated exterior styling to reflect the design details found in its newer, larger siblings, such as the X3, X5 and X7. New, optional, LED headlights with hexagonal iconography are complemented by new LED fog lights. The BMW kidney grills feature a new, sculptured design with larger openings. Changes to the front and rear bumper design are highlighted by sharper lines and larger openings with integrated LED fog lights and give the 2020 BMW X1 its more modern look.

Towards the rear of the vehicle, new tinted LED taillights with L-shaped light bars accentuate the wider appearance of the exterior. The tailpipes have grown by 20mm, now 90mm in diameter.

The M Sport Package features a new, redesigned and more aggressive aerodynamics package including a new front bumper, side skirts, wheel arch trim, and rear diffuser in body color.

New interior features
When opening the front door, the driver is greeted by a new two-tone LED “X1” welcome projection. Inside the cabin, the driver and passengers are able to interface with the 2020 BMW X1 via the standard 8.8 inch central control display screen with iDrive 6, Navigation and Apple CarPlay Compatibility.

The instrument panel and floor mats features new, decorative contrast stitching while choosing the optional Dakota leather interior adds color-matched lower dashboard and door handles surfaces.

A new electronic gear selector switch connects to an updated version of the 8-speed Steptronic automatic transmission.

New colors
Three new metallic colors have been added to the options list: Storm Bay metallic, Jucaro Beige and Misano Blue metallic. Estoril Blue has been removed.
Standard, non-metallic carryover colors include Alpine White and Jet Black. Carryover optional metallic paints include Black Sapphire Metallic, Glacier Silver Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Mineral Grey Metallic, 3 Sparkling Brown Metallic, Dark Olive Metallic, Mediterranean Blue Metallic and Sunset Orange Metallic.

Power and performance
The 2020 BMW X1 is powered by the 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine (SULEV rated) from BMW’s family of modular engines. Power output is 228 hp @ 5,000 – 6,000 rpm and 258 lb-ft of torque @ 1,450 - 4,500 rpm. Full torque is available in the low and mid-range, where the majority of daily driving takes place, allowing for quick and immediate acceleration when needed. Acceleration from 0 – 60 mph is accomplished in 6.3 seconds for the all-wheel drive X1 xDrive28i and 6.6 seconds for the X1 sDrive28i.

The 8-speed Steptronic automatic transmission in the 2020 BMW X1 features revised gear ratios for improved performance and offers fast and almost imperceptible shifts, improving comfort for the driver and passengers. A Sport Automatic transmission and steering wheel mounted shift paddles are included when the optional M Sport Package is selected.

The BMW xDrive system, available on the X1 xDrive28i, works with the DSC Dynamic Stability Control system to transfer power to the rear wheels when it is needed, to reduce understeer in turns, improve traction when going uphill, on slippery surfaces and during more spirited driving.

Wheels and Tires
New design 18 inch Y-spoke bi-color and black wheels replace the previous Y-spoke wheel design. A new 19 inch M Double-spoke wheel replaces an outgoing 19 inch Y-spoke wheel design.

Standard equipment on the 2020 BMW X1 includes 18 inch Y-Spoke bi-color wheels with 225/50R18 all-season run-flat tires. 18 inch Double-Spoke Jet Black wheels are available as a no-cost option. 19 inch Y-Spoke wheels with 225/45R19 performance run-flat tires are a stand-alone option.

18 inch M Double-spoke bi-color wheels with either all-season run flat or non-run-flat tires are standard when selecting the M Sport package. Additionally, M Sport vehicles can be upgraded with 19 inch M Double-spoke bi-color wheels with 225/45R19 performance run-flat tires.

Standard and optional equipment

Standard equipment includes:
  • 18 inch wheels with 225/50R18 all-season run-flat tires
  • 8-speed Steptronic automatic transmission
  • Power tailgate
  • Rear view camera
  • Park Distance Control
  • SensaTec interior upholstery
  • Sport leather steering wheel
  • Power Front Seats
  • Active Driving Assistant including Lane Departure Warning, Pedestrian Warning with braking, Frontal Collision Warning, City Collision Mitigation with braking. Speed Limit Information and Automatic High Beams.
  • Advanced Real-Time Traffic Information
  • ConnectedDrive and Remote Services
  • iDrive 6 with 8.8 inch screen and Navigation
  • Apple Car-Play Compatibility

Selected stand-alone options include:
  • Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go
  • Metallic Paint
  • Dakota Leather upholstery
  • Space saver spare
  • Sport seats
  • Sliding and Reclining rear seat adjustment
  • LED Headlights with Cornering Lights
  • Parking Assistant
  • Harman-Kardon Premium Sound System
  • Wireless Charging
  • Heated Front Seats and Steering Wheel

Optional Packages include:
  • Convenience Package – Power-Folding Mirrors, Universal garage-door opener, Comfort Access keyless entry, Panoramic moonroof, Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors, Lumbar support, Ambient Lighting, LED Fog Lights and SiriusXM Satellite Radio with 1 year All Access subscription.
  • Premium Package – Convenience Package plus Heated Steering Wheel, Heated front seats, LED Headlights with Cornering lights, Head-up Display and upgraded Navigation.
  • M Sport Package – choice of 18” wheels with run-flat or non-runflat all-season tires or 19” wheels with performance run-flat tires. Sport Automatic transmission, new M Sport exterior styling, Shadowline exterior trim, Sport seats, choice of Aluminum Hexagon Trim with Estoril Blue matt highlights or Fine Wood Fineline Trim with Pearl Chrome Accent, M Steering wheel, choice of standard or M sport suspension.
  • Luxury Package – Dakota Leather, choice of Fine-wood Oak Grain Trim with Pearl Chrome Accent or Fine Wood Fineline Trim with Pearl Chrome Accent or Brushed Aluminum Trim with Pearl Chrome Accent.

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      05-28-2019, 05:21 PM   #2
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Looks good, although still no M-Sport pictures, and the x-Line sadly still has the same awful steering wheel
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I mean, it looks better than a Q3.
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I mean, it looks better than a Q3.
The old one? New Q3 looks great to my eyes.
[IMG]https://images.hgmsites.net/lrg/audi-q3_100663390_l.jpg[/IMG]
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Will it offer blind spot monitoring?
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Intersting. So this one did not get the new tech and i drive 7
No remote start
No digital key
No assistant driving pro


I thought all 2020s will get it


Also. Why no M35i model? I thought the X2 M35i was a good indicator that the X1 might get similar treatment. The X2 M35i is such a fun car.
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Also. Why no M35i model? I thought the X2 M35i was a good indicator that the X1 might get similar treatment. The X2 M35i is such a fun car.
X1 M35i may not ever exist. I can pretty much guarantee this won't happen in the next two years, and then it'll be time for a completely new model.
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Front end is looking very nice! The grille is big but not too big with a sporty shape and nice teeth. Headlights are superb. It looks as nice as an X3 or X5 from up front! The rear isn't too bad either. The hockey stick tail lights work for this type of body kit. I don't like them on the 3er sedan but they fit well here. They look best on the upcoming 3er touring though. You can get this chiptuned up to 600+ ft/lb of torque for not too much without having to adjust the cat or exhaust. It handles fantastic and it's very reasonably priced. This is honestly a sleeper enthusiast car because its market's dominated by college girls and soccer moms. It carves corners like a seasoned pro. BMW's showing up with this grille though. I'm not too big on other current grilles but this LCI is looking sweet!
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If they had updated the interior/tech I'd order this ASAP. That was wishful thinking on my part though since it's just an LCI. Digging the updated styling though! The nextgen audi q3 will have to blow me away to pull me away from this.
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The old one? New Q3 looks great to my eyes.
[IMG]https://images.hgmsites.net/lrg/audi-q3_100663390_l.jpg[/IMG]
Agreed - although we liked our old one too, until we got the M2.
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I mean, it looks better than a Q3.
Q3 is definitely better on the inside IMO
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Hmm wonder if the headlights can be a direct swap to the older version? I'd love to swap mine out.
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The good news is the changed the shifter.

I agree though, I'd take the new Q3. Looks bolder. I also really wish this fad of projecting logos would just die.
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Hmm wonder if the headlights can be a direct swap to the older version? I'd love to swap mine out.
You might until you find out just how expensive they are.
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So, no iDrive 7.0, no digital dash, no blind spot monitor, no driving assistance systems. But it projects X1 on the ground now and the front bumper looks better. Gotcha. 🤦🏻*♂️
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Front end is looking very nice! The grille is big but not too big with a sporty shape and nice teeth. Headlights are superb. It looks as nice as an X3 or X5 from up front! The rear isn't too bad either. The hockey stick tail lights work for this type of body kit. I don't like them on the 3er sedan but they fit well here. They look best on the upcoming 3er touring though. You can get this chiptuned up to 600+ ft/lb of torque for not too much without having to adjust the cat or exhaust. It handles fantastic and it's very reasonably priced. This is honestly a sleeper enthusiast car because its market's dominated by college girls and soccer moms. It carves corners like a seasoned pro. BMW's showing up with this grille though. I'm not too big on other current grilles but this LCI is looking sweet!
600?!? I've not followed this platform. If not a typo thats.....gotta be a typo.
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No auto hold and does the lights have dual lens or single like the current ones?
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The old one? New Q3 looks great to my eyes.
[IMG]https://images.hgmsites.net/lrg/audi-q3_100663390_l.jpg[/IMG]
Agreed - although we liked our old one too, until we got the M2.
Kind of unfair as the old Q3 was a Mk5 underneath. New one is either MK7.5 (not that there's any difference to the Mk7) or Mk8.

Plus the new RS Q3 with the 400+ hp five banger lump has been running the 'Ring recently.

[IMG]https://cimg0.ibsrv.net/ibimg/hgm/19..._100700512.jpg[/IMG]
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The tail lights look a little bit weird and kind of too big for the vehicle. I mean, there is a lot of plastic that is not even used...
It seems that they got the message that some people want light headliner? Is the sunroof cover still a saggy cloth?
The black plastic behind a brown seat looks horrible. Must match the seat color or it doesnt do it for me...
Still behind the old X1 in terms of quality for the money.
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