This is the BMW X1 AC Schnitzer, which will be unveiled at the Geneva motor show next month.
The tuned car gets engine upgrades as well as styling changes.
Changes include the BMW X1 xDrive23d being upgraded from 201bhp to 237bhp. The 2.0d and 1.8d units deliver 207bhp (from 175bhp) and 169bhp (from 141bhp) respectively. No performance figures have been released for the 2.8-litre petrol unit.
Buyers also get modified suspension springs and an aluminium strut brace, which AC Schnitzer says "ensures the perfect balance between sporting performance and driving comfort".
The front spoiler, rear skirt extension and rear roof spoiler are said to improve downforce as well as enhance the car's looks.
Styling tweaks include a sports exhaust and 19-inch wheels as standard, although 18-inch and 20-inch wheels are optional.