|Parent company||BMW Group|
|Also called||UKL1, UKL2|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||UKL1 : Subcompact|
UKL2 : Compact car
|Layout||Front engine, front wheel drive,|
optional four-wheel drive
|Related||BMW CLAR platform|
The UKL platform (UKL=Untere Klasse, lower class in German) is an automobile platform developed by German car manufacturer BMW. It is a modular architecture to suit a range of front and four-wheel drive models.
Another UKL platform derivative is the FAAR platform, designed with pure ICE, hybrid and electric powertrains in mind.
- Mini Hatch (F56) (2014–present)
- Mini Hatch 5-door (F55) (2014–present)
- Mini Convertible (F57) (2016–present)
- Mini Clubman (F54) (2016–present)
- BMW 2 Series Active Tourer (F45) (2014–present)
- BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer (F46) (2015–present)
- BMW X1 (F48) (2015–present)
- BMW X2 (F39) (2017–present)
- Zinoro 60H (F48) (2017–present) – China
- Mini Countryman (F60) (2017–present)
- BMW 1 Series Sedan (F52) (2017–present) – China
- BMW 1 Series (F40) (2019–present)
- BMW 2 Series (F44) (2019–present)
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