BMW is teasing its new X2 small crossover SUV by parading it around in camouflage.

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The crossover is expected to be based on BMW's front- and all-wheel-drive UKL platform. Today's X1 is only available in AWD in the States, so it's reasonable to expect the same for the X2.

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The UKL platform already underpins today's Mini models and BMW's X1.

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Don't expect much in the way of off-road capability, BMW is showing this vehicle off first in the city for a reason.

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BMW has not confirmed the X2 for North America yet, but it would be shocking if it isn't sold here.

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Expect the X2 to be equipped very much like BMW's X1, but cost a little more. Today's X1 starts at $33,900 plus $995 for destination.

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The X2 is to the X1 as BMW's X4 is to the X3, and X6 is to the X5, meaning smaller inside and more expensive, but with more (alleged) style. 

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BMW says it's targeting "young, extrovert and active individuals" with the X2. That sounds exactly like the same audience every other automaker is targeting with their small crossovers.

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Rumor has it that a convertible version is already under consideration. 

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BMW has not announced when it will finally show the X2, but given the timing of these teaser images, a September debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show feels like a good guess.

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Keep clicking or swiping through for more looks at BMW's forthcoming X2 small crossover.

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