Motovario, the manufacturer of BMW x2, announced this week that it has found a solution to the issue with Gearbox support for the BMW x3, a new BMW X5 and x6.
Motovary has been working with BMW and Gearbox to create a new “Gearbox Tuner” that works with both the x3 and x4.
The Tuner will provide users with control over all four wheels and will also be able to perform “extreme” tuning.
“We are thrilled to offer our users a new Tuner that works perfectly with our BMW x4, x5, x6 and x7,” Motovar said in a statement.
The new Tuners will be released later this year.
Motivario has also added new tuning options to the BMW X1, including “S” and “X” levels for the x2.
The company is offering a free one-year subscription to the Tuner, which will be available through the BMW app for BMW X2 owners.
Motova has also partnered with the BMW Automotive Technical Centre to create software for the Tuners to allow users to set their own settings.
Motvario says it has been able to achieve the performance and control improvements that are currently lacking on the x1 by adding an advanced engine control system to the gearbox.
This includes advanced engine throttle control, advanced torque control and the ability to use a “boost mode” to achieve higher engine speeds.