From the company that brought you such swoopy-coupe crossovers as the X6 and X4...

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...Say hello to the all-new BMW X2 Concept.

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The X2 concept takes a popular BMW formula and brings it down into a smaller package.

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Like the X6 and X4 before it, the X2 Concept features a sleek roof line that cuts into both cargo space and rearward visibility.

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Evidently, buyers prefer a crossover that looks like a coupe, instead of a crossover that lets you look out of it.

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When this goes to production -- and it will -- it will probably be smoothed over with more traditional BMW design tenets.

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Like other BMW crossovers, it features a bit of off-roading pretense that will rarely, if ever, be put to use.

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The conceptual elements of the X2 -- the slim lights and exaggerated front features -- are actually quite handsome.

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When it hits the market, it will likely slot in as a competitor to the Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class.

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Until then, the concept will have to do.

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