2019 BMW 2-Series Active Tourer Exterior Interior Design & Driving Footage HD
Despite its compact exterior dimensions (length: 4,354 mm, width: 1,800 mm, height: 1,555 mm), the new BMW 2-Series Active Tourer still offers plenty of room for five passengers, an elevated seating position and a good all-round view, while its wheelbase of 2,670 millimetres ensures ample legroom and easy entry and egress. The boot capacity of 468 litres can be expanded to a maximum of 1,510 litres (BMW 225xe: 1,350 litres) by sliding the rear seat unit forward and folding down the backrests with their standard 40:20:40 split.
The defining qualities of the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer and BMW 2-Series Gran Tourer – clearly sculpted surfaces, elegant yet sporty lines and a long wheelbase with BMW’s signature short overhangs – are now given greater impact thanks to the new model generation’s more striking restyled front end and modified rear.
The most obvious identifying feature of the new BMW 2-Series Active Tourer and BMW 2-Series Gran Tourer at first glance is their significantly larger kidney grille, which is both taller and wider, and now stretches almost all the way to the headlight units. As a result, it exudes notably more presence and expressiveness. The front apron is dominated by the large air intake, which is split into three sections and bordered by large, C-shaped surrounds in a highgloss black finish. The outer air intakes, meanwhile, house the new optional LED foglamps, further accentuating the cutting-edge, sporty feel.
The BMW 2-Series Active Tourer and BMW 2-Series Gran Tourer are equipped with halogen headlights in the typically BMW twin circular arrangement. There is also the option of headlights with LED or Adaptive LED lighting technology, which offer an extended range of functions, such as antidazzle high beam. The familiar form of the twin circular headlights is given a hexagonal twist, resulting in an even more sophisticated and eye-catching appearance.
The rear end of the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer and BMW 2-Series Gran Tourer likewise has a very assertive feel to it and includes a number of targeted modifications that reinforce this impression. The trim finisher on the rear apron (only on the optional model variants) accentuates the sense of width, while the exhaust tailpipes now have a larger, 90-millimetre cross-section and are more clearly visible thanks to their thicker walls. The model update gives all four-cylinder models twin tailpipes.