A small family car from the Bavarian company will increase in size and will be able to get technical support new service iNext tech. It is expected that the new 2-series Active Tourer to debut in 2021.
BMW 2 series Active Tourer can be called a very interesting machine. Five-door minivan is the main product of the company in this segment in the countries of the European Union. It is worth noting that an even larger version of this car, which received the designation Gran Tourer, will no longer be sold, but the Active Tourer will receive a new generation, and it should happen pretty soon.
That is what am hinting at a new “spy” photos that give us a first look at the prototype of the new items, and allow you to compare it with the current version of the car.
Let’s start with the fact that the camouflage is still pretty thick on this prototype, and it very much prevents us to see what is in front of and behind the car. The General form will not be unfamiliar to current owners of the Active Tourer because the large doors are now occupying most of the space on the sides.
The high roof goes down a little bit in the back. Although the camouflage is still heavy in the front, we see that as almost all BMW new, updated minivan will receive a large false radiator grille. It seems that her size is not as crazy as the new M3 and M4, but he’s still huge in comparison with the model of the current generation.
These photos also allow us to see what is in the cabin of a novelty, although at this stage of testing, we see here a disguise, so it may be that the final design elements not yet installed. It seems that the layout has digital displays, one of which will serve as a virtual “tidy”, and the other is a picture from the Central infotainment system.
According to rumors, we have absolutely new generation of model Active Tourer, which will receive the internal designation U08. The comparison photos show that the new product is definitely a little more than now, although the machine must also use a front-wheel-drive platform with all-wheel drive as an option.
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