2019 BMW 1 Series spied during winter testing

The 2019 BMW 1 Series has been snapped amid chilly climate testing in Scandinavia.

2019 BMW 1 Series spied during winter testing. In spite of the fact that it won't be the principal front-wheel drive BMW – that respect goes to the 2 Series Active Tourer and X1 – the new 1 Series hatchback will be the primary 'center range' auto to jettison raise drive.

2019 BMW 1 Series spied during winter testing


When it arrives, the new 1 Series will be based on the BMW UKL engineering utilized for the Mini range, alongside the Chinese-showcase 1 Series vehicle.

Shockingly, most of the auto is as yet wrapped up in substantial cover, so it's difficult to realize what it'll resemble. Be that as it may, the change to front-wheel drive should free up more boot-and back seat space, carrying the auto into line with rivals from Audi and Mercedes-Benz.

2019 BMW 1 Series spied during winter testing

Power will be provided by a determination of BMW three-and four-barrel motors, both in oil and diesel, alongside a module cross breed setup. An unadulterated electric model is additionally reputed to be being developed, as well.

Where the last auto we spied sat on low-profile tires, and kept running with fat double fumes tips, this one seems, by all accounts, to be a less effective variation.

2019 BMW 1 Series spied during winter testing

The cutting edge 1 Series will probably make a big appearance one year from now, which would recommend it could land in Australia late-2018 or mid 2019