BMW is lifting the curtain on two new world premieres at the North American International Auto Show next month.

Tabbed to represent the brand are an updated BMW i8 Coupe and the latest X2 crossover.

The updated plug-in hybrid i8 Coupe will be powered by a familiar turbocharged three-cylinder gas engine and electric drive system generating 275 kW and 374 horsepower. Together, BMW says they deliver a 0-to-60 mph time of 4.4 seconds and a governed top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). When activating e-Drive mode, its all-electric top speed reaches 75 mph (120 km).

The X2 is a small crossover sporting three launch-ready engine variations – a 192-horsepower gas model and two diesel engines contributing 190 horsepower and 231 horsepower, respectively. The latter two come with a xDrive intelligent all-wheel drive and an eight-speed Steptronic transmission.

In early 2018, more engine options will be announced, with the U.S. market receiving a 228-horsepower xDrive28i arriving on Mar. 3, 2018. This engine will precede a sDrive28i, specifications and release date of which are not yet known.

BMW continues legacy design elements with the X2, including its trademark kidney grille, a gaping squarish trapezoid front fascia, a stretched coupe-style roofline and gray wheel arch trim. Two large air intakes flank each side and a low stance gives it a coupe feel.

Three new exterior colors will also debut with the Galvanic Gold, Sunset Orange, and Misano Blue. Its interior includes an optional full-color head-up display and the latest ConnectedDrive infotainment options, along with an optional 8.8-inch control display and touchscreen.

A third model, BMW’s i8 Roadster First Edition, will also appear. It has similar specs as the i8 Coupe albeit a tad slower off the blocks with a 4.6-second 0-to-62 mph time (100 km/h). This will be a limited production model with 200 units, to be delivered to private customers.

Both the i8 Coupe and Roadster will also rock new color schemes called the E-Copper metallic and Donington Grey metallic. The E-Copper metallic can be best described as a burnt orange color, more on the subdued side than fiery.

The North American International Auto Show takes place on Jan. 14-28 at the COBO Center in Detroit, Mich.