Wikipedia: BMW X1
The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's BMW X1 page on 6 April 2020, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
The BMW X1 is a line of compact luxury SUVs produced by BMW since 2009.
First generation (E84; 2009–2015)
The E84 X1 is the first-generation model and was originally presented as the BMW Concept X1 at the Paris Motor Show in 2008. It is based on the same platform as the E91 3 Series Touring, and features similar dimensions including the same 2,760 mm (109 in) wheelbase. It was not introduced to the United States until 2012. In 2013, the E84 X1 underwent a facelift, featuring restyled exterior and interior design elements, as well as the integration of BMW EfficientDynamics on all models. The original X1 sold 820,529 units.
Second generation (F48; 2015–present)
The F48 X1 is the second- and current-generation model. It is built upon the front-wheel drive based UKL2 platform, and is available in long-wheelbase and long-wheelbase hybrid variants in China. The range consists of turbocharged 3-cylinder and 4-cylinder petrol and diesel engine options. Base models are front-wheel drive (branded as sDrive), with all-wheel drive (xDrive) available as an option and is standard for some higher-end models.
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