BMW is not going to release models of Active Tourer and Gran Tourer any more.
According to Peter Henrik, BMW's vice president of product management, the compact has made a big contribution to attracting new customers to the brand. But now the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer and Gran Tourer do not match the concept of the model line of the brand. Gradually, the cars will be completely removed from the conveyor, and as a replacement they will offer customers X1 and X2 crossovers.
We remind you that the BMW 2 Active Tourer series was released in the 2014 year, creating competition for the Mercedes-Benz B-Class. He became the first production model of the German brand with front-wheel drive. A year later, the manufacturer offered an elongated version of the BMW 2 Gran Toure series, which has an 3 row of seats. In 2018, the models underwent minor restyling.