2015 BMW X1 spied again, this time also on video with spinning front wheels

Earlier this month we brought you first pictures of the next generation BMW X1 (F48).

The next-generation X1 rides on a new FWD architecture, which will also underpin the upcoming 1 Series GT. The video below is a clear proof the X1 is in fact FWD as you can see the front wheels spinning on the slippery road. The all-wheel drive will be optional.

Wearing heavy camouflage and temporary lights it is too early to go into little details, but we do get a good look at the sloping roof line, window line and a rear spoiler.

New X1 is expected to debut in late 2014 or in early 2015.


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