The facelifted version of the BMW X1 has been officially presented to the public, in a premiere, during the 2014 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), in Detroit.
BMW has made some modifications for the 2015 model year of the X1 and the so-called facelift has been unveiled during the 2014 Detroit Motor Show. The carmaker has revised the air intakes, the standard daytime running lights, has added a new metallic color, the Sparkling Brown, and has offered a new set of 17-inch V-spoke alloy wheels. All of these changes should be enough to attract more customers into the model until the new generation will be developed and ready.
The cabin of the 2015 BMW X1 facelift, on the xLine, the SportLine and the M Sport packages, the surface of the instrument cluster has been wrapped in a soft touch material. The model is also getting matte Coral Red, high-gloss Black or pearl-gloss chrome. The BMW ConnectedDrive service has been updated too and it seems that changes will stop here. The company didn’t announce any powertrain modifications so our guess is that these will remain unchanged. More details on the facelifted BMW X1, including its price, will be announced in a few months.