2015 BMW 2-series Active Tourer Driven: A Mini-Wagon Reverse-Engineered from Mini

2015 BMW 2-series Active Tourer Driven: A Mini-Wagon Reverse-Engineered from Mini
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the future: BMW insiders tell us that half of the company’s lineup eventually will consist of front-wheel-drive vehicles. The 2-series Active Tourer is the first such vehicle, and it has so little in common with any other BMW that it could send shockwaves throughout the enthusiast community. It is called 2-series because it is bigger than a 1-series, not because it has anything in common with the 2-series coupe. It is a tall-roofed minivan. It comes with three- and four-cylinder engines. It is front-wheel drive (all-wheel drive is coming later). And it shares its platform with a Mini. READ MORE ››

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