2023 BMW X1: A close look during the Joytown event in Bangalore

The M Sport version gets a ‘Boost’ mode that puts the SUV in an aggressive setting for a short duration to help with overtaking.

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Got to check out the BMW X1 today at the Joytown in Bangalore:

Launched in two variants, X Line (petrol) and M Sport (diesel). Here is an M Sport finished in M Portimao Blue:

sDrive18i X Line gets a three-cylinder 1.5L petrol producing 134 HP and 230 Nm and the sDrive18d M Sport gets a 2.0L four-cylinder diesel producing 148 HP and 360 Nm. Maybe that’s why no engine badges on the boot:

Multi-spoke 838 18″ alloys shod with 225/55 rubber:

A blurry pic of the side profile:

Dual-tone interior of the blue car:

Three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel. Note: The downward paddle shifter says “BOOST”. The Boost mode puts the X1 in an aggressive setting for a short duration to help with overtaking. Only the M Sport variant gets the Boost mode:

A 10.25″ instrument cluster and a 10.7-inch infotainment display joined together, as is the norm in cars today:

Navigation display:

A look at the curved display:

The M Sport gets a 12-speaker Harman Kardon speaker system:

No more rotary knobs on the centre console. It now has the drive selector, engine start/stop button, drive modes, parking brake, parking camera, and the iDrive vehicle settings menu. There’s also audio control:

Wireless smartphone charging:

Terrible pic of the 12V ports and two Type-C charging ports:

The floating centre console has some storage space underneath:

Additional storage space:

Seats have electric adjustment with memory function for the driver. The seats have a massage function:

A look at the roof bezel:

Rear seats have a forward/backward movement up to 130mm and are split 40:20:40 with a reclining seat backrest. Rear seat comfort is clearly a priority:

Type-C charging ports below the rear AC vents:

A look at the panoramic glass roof:

476L boot that can be expanded to up to 1,527L:

A silver M Sport was also present. The car has a digital key which works with your smartphone for lock and unlocks features. The Adaptive LED headlights come with reverse assist:

Driver assistance systems include parking assist, lane departure warning, and front collision warning with braking:

The silver car was specced with brown interiors:

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