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Popular trim level added to X1 range; new entry-level 3-series coupé also announced
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24 January 2011

BMW has added its popular M Sport trim level to the X1 soft-roader range.

All BMW X1 M Sport models will come equipped with 17-inch star-spoke M Sport alloys, chrome-plated door sills with M Sport badging and high-gloss Shadowline exterior trim for the window surrounds. X1 M Sport models also sport a wider, deeper front bumper and air intakes inspired by M division’s X5 and X6 models and a pseudo diffuser fitted at the rear.

The interior gets an M Sport multi-function steering wheel, sports seats and an Anthracite headlining.

See pics of the new BMW X1 M Sport

Prices for X1 M Sport models start from £26,615 for the 18d sDrive and £27,710 for the 18d xDrive.

BMW has also revealed details of a new entry-level 318i Coupé that will cost from £26,995 in SE trim. Power comes from a 141bhp 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol motor and it is capable of 0-62mph in 9.1sec, while returning 146g/km CO2 emissions and 44.8mpg.

Pricing details for the new 6-series cabriolet range have been confirmed by BMW, too; the 640i will start from £65,680 and the 650i from £73,430 when sales start on 26 March.

Read Autocar's first drive of the new BMW 6-series

Meanwhile, the M Sport trim level for the new X3 will cost from £33,380 in the xDrive 20d model.

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