From Sports Utility Vehicle at the X1 will be Activity Utility Vehicle, the optional all-wheel for the leisured classes. Not, that it can not find its way in the the terrain but e.g. its suspension, wheel fittings and too low ground clearance let it appear rather suitable for the smooth road. The X1 takes design features of the new X6, fortunately without the coupe roof. Otherwise, of course the relationship is larger to the 1series and the X3.
We have taken a closer look at the (original BMW) data. The allow interesting conclusions. Since this car is available both with and without all-wheel, one can deduce a CO2 difference of 15 g/km. After all, permanently about 10% more consumption, even if the all-wheel is not needed. You can also take a look at the engine data. Since the smallest petrol engine has the exact same engine dimensions as the diesel engines. He even takes the diesel typical layout with a significantly larger stroke.
Now you could say BMW have combined more successful than other manufacturers, even the petrol and diesel engines in an engine block, albeit at different compression ratios. But far from it. Considering the more powerful petrol engines, so the stroke deviates by exactly 0.1 mm and logically leads to 0.2 cc more total displacement!? 04/12