/2014 BMW X1 Gets Minor Upgrades

2014 BMW X1 Gets Minor Upgrades

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As one of the worst-looking crossovers in the market, the BMW X1 is in dire need of an extreme makeover. BMW, obviously, doesn’t think so and is satisfied with a few slight changes for what is supposed to be a facelifted version of the car for 2014. It will be unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show next month.

The 2014 BMW X1 facelift comes with slightly revised bumpers, standard day time LEDs, and new 17-inch wheels. There is a new Sparkling Brown metallic color for the body, steel tailgate accenting on some models, and that is about it for the exterior.

Inside, the 2014 X1 comes with revised instrument cluster, new soft-touch materials, and three new color themes of high-gloss black, matte coral red and pearl-gloss chrome in all three xLine, Sport Line and M Sport versions.

Other updates include a whole host of BMW ConnectedDrive services available as optional extras for the X1, including navigation, connectivity features, smartphone integration, and apps. New services offered for the BMW X1 are Online Entertainment and the ECO PRO Analyser. The app service works with both iOS and Android devices.

Technical specifications of the 2014 X1 remain the same as last year, but the price will almost certainly get a hike.

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