The car in the photos features the Estoril Blue Metallic paint, which will be offered exclusively for X1 models fitted with the M Sport package. The aero kit gives BMW’s smallest SUV a more aggressive look thanks to the redesigned front bumper with three large air intakes, the rear bumper with a black trim and two side exhaust pipes, as well as the body color-painted side skirts and wheel arch trims.

The M Sport package also sports a revised kidney grille with eight black struts, 18- or 19-inch two-tone alloy wheels and the BMW Individual High Gloss Satin Chrome trim surrounding the windows. The package is completed by the M sports suspension which brings the X1 10mm (0.39in) closer to the ground.

Inside, the M Sport package adds sport seats with Estoril Blue stitching, M leather steering wheel, anthracite roof lining and Estoril Blue accents on the dashboard and door panels. The M logo is featured on the footrest, shift lever and front wings.

In addition to these styling upgrades, the M Sport package includes dual-zone climate control, Park Distance Control (PDC) sensors at the rear, and cruise control with braking function. Depending on the engine version and the associated standard equipment, the M Sport package costs between €4,100 and €5,200 in Germany.

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