BMV has modernized its compact SUV Xs. The crossover model of the Car Manufacturers from Munich will be available in the future with a plug-in hybrid.
In addition, the compact crossover Munich edge grille grows, as was the case with other models such as the leading BMV series 7 or BMV Ks7. Prices for the smallest terrain of the brand should range from around 33,000 euros.
The most remarkable external change is the modified front with large nostrils and new adaptive LED headlamps. In the rear lights, there is modified cockpit graphics on demand, larger navigation devices and larger screens. As an additional emphasis, an external mirror on the driver's side designs a two-color LED projection "Ks1" on the road when unlocked. It was more than an optical trick, but it would make it easy to enter and exit Munich.
PHEV with all-wheel drive
There are also major changes in the revised Ks1 driving program, which will be supplemented next year with all-wheel-drive hybrids (kDrive 25e). The combination of a three-cylinder petrol engine and an electric motor sets up to 50 kilometers of purely electric. Standard consumption is 2.0 liters, and CO2 emissions are below 50 grams per kilometer.
The most economical conventional drive is now a 2.0-liter diesel with a power of 116 hp. Combined with the front-wheel drive and six-speed manual transmission, the standard 4.4-liter consumption has been achieved. For power transmission, a six-speed manual transmission and a seven-speed clutch gearbox are available. The new top-of-the-line diesel is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine of 231 hp, combined with all-wheel drive and an automatic eight-speed. In addition, it stays in diesel and petrol engines in a power range of 140 hp to 231 hp (kDrive25i).
In addition to these technical innovations, the Ks1 also has three new exterior colors Jucarobeige, Misano Blue metallic (exclusively for the M Sport) and exclusive BMV Individual Storm Bai metallic. For wheels, the customer can choose between four new designs. (SP-Ks)