BMW X1 M Sport Package Photos and Details

The evolution of the newest X model in the BMW lineup is now complete, after the first images and a bunch of details about the M Sport Package for the baby X have been released through various sources. After earlier this week the German car maker introduced a brand new engine, the 2.0l power plant (the first four-cylinder unit to use BMW’s TwinPower Turbo) on the X1, the model is now getting the right to play with the big boys. The M Sport Package created for the smallest X comprises both exterior and interior enhancements, as well as some performance tweaks, made possible by the sports suspension calibration. Setting it apart from the production version are double-spoke M alloy wheels (or, as an alternative, 18-inch double-spoke M alloys), M badged door sills and BMW Individual High Gloss Shadow Line trim for the side window surrounds and roof rails. The model will be available, according to BMWblog, in Alpine White, Le Mans Blue, Sapphire Black, Space Grey, Vermillion Red and Mineral White. The interior of the car has been treated with a touch of uniqueness, which starts with the cloth or alcantara sport seats and continues with the M-trimmed steering wheel, with multifunction buttons, M footrest, BMW Individual roof liner in Anthracite and dark cross-brushed aluminum interior trim. Prices for the M Sport Package have not yet been announced. The model will meet its customers for the first time during the Geneva Auto Show in March. autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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