BMW, as we probably are aware, has quite recently taken the spreads off the X2. This new model is the most recent expansion to the Bavarian automaker's roadster like the scope of SUVs including the X4 and the X6. Here's the way the variation line-up of the new X2 stacks up. The X2 is two centimeters shorter and more than seven centimeters lower than the X1, yet has a similar wheelbase. Highlighting short shades, it likewise has an extended, roadster style roofline and thin windows. It is accessible in four variations at display: SE, Sport, M Sport and M Sports X.
Ahead of the September 2017 launch, Nexa dealers in the country have started accepting bookings for the S-Cross facelift unofficially at a token amount of Rs 11,000. Changes in the new model will be limited to cosmetic detailing, while under the skin it will continue to be powered by existing engine options.