The 2021 BMW X1 is the tiniest crossover in the lineup. With the subcompact dimensions, it is perfect for more youthful motorists and newbies. Still, the vehicle provides a respectable amount of power. For the new season, the German carmaker will upgrade its styling. The PHEV variation was already announced, but we miss it in 2020. There are no doubts that we'll see it in 2021.
The 2021 BMW 330e is a plug-in hybrid version of the latest 3 Series sedan generation that BMW presented for the 2019 model year. Its turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder fuel engine and electric motor, which is incorporated into the eight-speed automatic transmission, produce an optimum combined output of 248 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. (A 12-kWh lithium-ion battery pack situated below the rear seats powers the electric motor.) Also, a unique boost mode provides much more power for short acceleration bursts.
The X5 was BMW's first effort at constructing an SUV, which the company recommendations as a sports activity vehicle, recognizing most customers won't ever take this vehicle off-road — considering that its arrival in 2000, the BMW X5 has gone through many changes and perhaps is among the top midsize high-end SUVs available.
BMW's full-size 7 series is getting a significant upgrade this year, in what seems among the most striking refreshes in current history. While not being a completely new generation, the 2020 BMW 7 Series sports a host of modifications to the exterior, interior, powertrain and technology that you may get out of an all-new redesign, instead of a simple upgrade.
Making it's launching at the 2018 LA Auto Show, the 2020 BMW M340i is the most effective variation yet of the new-generation 3 Series. It's not a card-carrying high-performance M3, however the engine output-- 382 horse power and 369 lb-ft of torque-- will most likely be more than enough for those looking for delights within the bounds of affordable peace of mind. Which still makes it the most energetic 3 Series without an M badge.