German tuner Dahler has boosted the X2 up to 223 hp.
The BMW X2 has only been on sale for a few months, but aftermarket tuners have wasted no time modifying the youthful SUV. German company Dahler is one of the first tuners to rework the BMW X2 inside and out with its Competition Line package, giving the SUV a more aggressive look. To achieve this, the chrome inserts and trim have been painted in black to match the exterior color. The lower insert of the front bumper retains the dark grey paint job it had when the SUV left the factory, but the dual kidney grille has also been blacked out.
The murdered-out X2 rides on a set of custom 10-spoke Dahler wheels, available either in 20- or 21-inch. They're currently only finished in silver, but a choice of different colors and styles will be made available in the future. Dahler hasn't just modified the exterior however, as the tuner has done some tinkering under the hood. The German tuner's X2 comes in four states of tune. The gasoline-powered 118i now produces 158 horsepower and 197 lb-ft of torque, up from 136 hp. The 120i has also been given a power boost, and now produces 223 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque. Diesel options also get a bump: the 18d produces 174 hp and 287 lb-ft of torque, while the 20d produces 220 hp and 331 lb-ft of torque.
The ride quality has also been improved thanks to Dahler's sports spring kit and a range of available exhaust options are also available to enhance the sound. No pricing details have been released about how much the upgrade package will cost.