The X1 has embrace the automotive world after spending some time teasing its fans mainly through the facebook account set up by BMW. The table below shows the power plant options available to propel the SUV along with other vital information pertaining to the respective engines. Owner of the Diesel variants has a good reason to smile as the X1 sDrive18d with rear wheel drive, putting out only 136g/km of CO2 and using only a measly 5.2 liters per 100km. My guess this figures refers to the European spec X1 as diesel is very much popular overthere. Expect BMW to have more petrol variants in other markets.
The interior features a 40:20:40 split backrest at the rear which can extend the 420 liter cargo area up to 490 liters if you set the backrest angle to something more vertical, or if you just drop them down, storage goes up to 1,350 liters. If you find the X1 to mundane for your liking then you can opt to customize your X1 with kits available from the likes of Alpina or other 3rd party accesories developer to further enhance your X1's wow factor.