BMW X1 technical data




Here you can find the technical data of the BMW X1.

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System Power

System power in kW (hp) 162 (220)
Max. Torque (Nm) 385

BMW eDrive

Electric power 70 / 95
Max. torque (Nm) at 1/min 165


Cylinder/ Valves per cylinder 3 / 4
Technical capacity in cm3 1,499
Stroke/Drilling in mm 94.6 / 82
Engine performance in kW (hp) 92 (125) / 5000-5500
Max torque(Nm) per 1/min 220 / 1500-3800
Compression:1 11

Range Charging

WLTP combined electric range in km 50 - 52
Battery type Li-Ion
Battery capacity 8.82
Charging duration AC 2.4
Charging duration in hrs (wallbox / public charging with max 3.7kW, 0-100%) 3.2


Top Speed 193
Top Speed Electric 135
Acceleration 6.9


Length/Width/Height 4,447 / 1,821 / 1,582
Width incl. mirrors (driver / passenger side) in mm 2060 (1035 / 1025)
Wheelbase in mm/Wheel turn in m 2,670 / 11.7
Ground clearance in mm 147


Weight not loaded in kg 1,820
Weight Max in kg 2,330
Permitted load in kg 585
Permitted Axle load front/rear in kg 1,110 / 1,270
Allowed unbraked trailer load / drawbar load in kg 750 / 80
Allowed braked trailer load up to 12 % / 8 % incline in kg 750 / 750
Trunk capacity min.-max. in l 450 - 1470


Tire front 225/55 R17 97 W
Tire rear 225/55 R17 97 W
Rim front 7,5Jx17 LM
Rim rear 7,5Jx17 LM


Electricity consumption in kWh/100km 19.8 - 20.4
Fuel consumption Weighted 1.8 - 1.9
Electric consumption AC Weighted 15.1 - 15.3
Tank capacity in l 36

CO2 Emissions

CO2 weighted 40 - 43

Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

  • The values for fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and energy consumption shown have been determined according to the WLTP test. WLTP has been used as the applicable fuel and energy consumption and CO2 emissions figure from 1 January 2021 for vehicle registration tax (VRT). The figures were previously based on the NEDC equivalent. Figures shown are for comparability purposes. Only compare fuel consumption, CO2 and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. For plug-in hybrid vehicles these figures were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. Plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles require mains electricity for charging. More information on the WLTP test procedure can be found here:

    A guide on fuel economy and CO2 emissions which contains data for all new passenger car models is available at any point of sale free of charge.