As standard, there is metallic paint (in black or white), a head-up display, gloss-black interior trim, powered tailgate, keyless entry, electronic seat adjustment and heated front seats.
The multimedia system has also been upgraded to a 10.25-inch unit with satellite navigation, while a faux-leather interior, xLine kit and 18-inch wheels carryover as before.
The X2 sDrive18i Sport meanwhile, retails for $59,900 driveaway, and is based on the sDrive18i version of the coupe SUV that is available for $49,900 before on-road costs.
However, unlike the X1, the X2 version is available exclusively with a Black Sapphire metallic paint colour, while an M Sport kit, new-look 19-inch wheels, a panoramic glass sunroof and hexagon-themed interior are also added.
The X2 Sport also features the electronic seat adjustment and heated front seats of the X1 Sport, while carryover gear includes a head-up display, 10.25-inch multimedia screen and powered tailgate.