In-article:

One for all – New BMW X1: This is how it drives with electricity and fuel

Good interior, lack of service
If you get in and look at the dashboard landscape, you think you are in the 2er Active Tourer. It’s only when you look outside through the windscreen that you realize how high you’re actually sitting here. Only the door handles are designed differently. The curved display (consisting of a 10.25-inch speedometer and 10.7-inch touchscreen) was also installed in the entry-level SUV, the iDrive controller is omitted, and the center armrest transitions into a “floating” control unit . There is no way to support your hand when touching, which has already made operation difficult in the Tourer. The center console is dominated by an oversized wall to which you can clip your smartphone for wireless charging. An iPad would probably also fit in. Somehow this area looks like something is missing.

source site-13