The the latest BMW 1-Series was introduced in 2019, so it’s no surprise that the company is working on an updated version.
Recently spotted in the parking lot, the heavily camouflaged prototype features a streamlined style and a more gorgeous design.
Details are hard to make out, but we see more round headlights and a new front bumper with a center rack as well as horizontal bars. They are joined by suspended parking sensors and a revised grille that can follow in the footsteps 2-series coupe.
Updates continue as we see new taillights and a more round bumper with a horizontal element. While the changes are relatively minor, in the end, it’s a facelift.
Spy photographers didn’t take a good look inside, but we can expect a few interior upgrades. However, it remains unclear whether the model will be equipped Curved BMW display which debuted on the iX and will be distributed throughout the company line. Whatever happens, the current Series 1 can be equipped with a 10.25-inch digital dashboard and a corresponding 10.25-inch infotainment system.
Little is known about the hatchback at this time, but it is expected that it will have a range of familiar engines that may receive minor upgrades to improve performance and fuel. There have also been speculations about a sham hybrid variant, and this seems possible given this 2-Series Active Tourer offers a pair of environmentally friendly power units.
The updated 1-series is expected to be unveiled next year, and we can expect to learn more in the coming months.
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The 2023 BMW 1 Series has updated its appearance and optimized design
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