BMW X1 TV ad highlights the spirit of freedom

BMW X1 | December 9th, 2015 by 2
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The second-generation BMW X1 not only brings a new, refreshed and appealing design, but also aims to cater to a wider demographic. BMW has often …

The second-generation BMW X1 not only brings a new, refreshed and appealing design, but also aims to cater to a wider demographic. BMW has often said that the X1 caters to a younger demographic who enjoys outdoor activities and spirited driving.

To highlights its quality and core message, BMW UK launches their first TV ad which emphasizes exploring the unknown and free spirits.

“The new BMW X1 brings a spirit of freedom to the every day,” BMW says. “It provides the space and flexibility to be a vital part
of the most adventurous lifestyles, and the presence to turn heads wherever it goes. With its broad, confident stance
and strikingly athletic features, it is unmistakably a member of the ‘X’ family – a family that leads the way in efficiency
and has always set the benchmark for premium versatility.”

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The brand new F48 BMW X1 made big headlines by being the first front-wheel drive based BMW SUV in the brand’s storied history – by some accounts second after the 2 Series Active Tourer. The switch from rear-wheel drive to a front-wheel drive-based platform was largely a practical one, not a one based on performance.

READ THIS: 2016 BMW X1 TEST DRIVE

The small SUV segment is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, segment on the market right now. Customers flock to these small utility vehicles each and every year. So it’s a very important segment for BMW, even it enthusiasts bemoan such a thing.

 

2 responses to “BMW X1 TV ad highlights the spirit of freedom”

  1. BMW JEDI says:

    If it is FWD, how is it an ‘X’ model? Rubbish!

    • Howard says:

      Here in North America we are only getting the X1 all wheel drive model. Under normal highway driving the front wheels are engaged at 100%. Otherwise the X-Drive system is constantly transferring power to whichever wheels need it the most up to 100% to the rear wheels.

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