BMW 2-Series Active Tourer going to the U.S. in 2015 image

The recently unveiled BMW 2-Series Active Tourer is said to be introduced to the United States in 2015.

According to a leaked online document, the brand new BMW 2-Series Active Tourer will be making its debut in the United States, next year. The model in question is part of the company’s plan to bring several models to the United States over the next 12 months, but the carmaker’s officials denied reaching on decision on introducing the MPV to the over-seas auto market, so we will have to wait and see what happens.

As you probably remember, the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer has been making its public debut last month, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, and this is a front-wheel drive car and also the first MPV produced by BMW. The model is similar to the Ford B-Max, with its sweptback headlights and angular rear, and the company says that it’s based on the MINI and it’s actually longer than the 1-Series.

The BMW 2-Series Active Tourer will be coming in a 218i version, with a 136 HP and 220 Nm of torque 3-cylinder petrol burner, in a 225i xDrive, with 2.0 liter petrol engine generating 170 HP, and in a 218d variant, with a common rail turbocharged diesel, producing 150 HP and 330 Nm of torque. Close to the end of this year, the carmaker will add the 220i, the 216d, the 220d and the 220d xDrive to the 2-Series Active Tourer lineup.

Source: Bimmerpost