Controversial design BMW 4 Series, We are anxiously waiting for what the company will do in 2022 2 Series coupe.The good news is the above-The grille did not appear again. In addition, the power of the 2 series is greater than before.
Although the grille is relatively ordinary BMW Standard, the 2 Series Coupe is still different. It has shark-like headlights and bubbling fenders. The long nose and short deck seem to be more prominent than before.Some of it may be because the new 2 is actually greater than Its predecessorDepending on whether it is 230i or M240i, its overall length is between 3.5 and 4.3 inches. The wheelbase of both versions has been increased by 2 inches and wider by 2.6 inches.
Powering the 2 series is the choice of two engines. The basic 230i model will be equipped with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that can produce an additional 7 horsepower and 37 pound-feet of torque, with a total torque of 255 and 295 pounds, respectively. The M240i model is equipped with a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine that can produce 382 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.This is an increase of 47 horsepower over the previous year, but only 1 Pound-feet of torque. Both models will provide rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, but the only transmission option is an eight-speed automatic transmission, and the upcoming 2 series can still be equipped with a six-speed manual transmission.
The 2 series coupe uses a strut-type front suspension and a multi-link setup at the rear. It also has aluminum front fenders and aluminum hood for even weight distribution. The 230i weighs 3,519 pounds, the front weight is 51.6%, and the rear is 48.4%, while the 3,871 lb 240i xDrive weighs 53.1% and the rear is 46.9%. Only these two variants are provided because they will be the first variants to be sold, 230i xDrive and M240i will be launched later. The M240i model will also gain some additional performance advantages.It will get an electronically controlled rear limited slip differential, adaptive suspension and larger brake With four-piston front calipers.
As for the interior, it is obviously still a BMW, but it has been updated. It has geometric vents and screens, which are all well implemented, but not particularly bold. Standard features include three-zone automatic climate control, power seats, navigation, automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, blind spot warning, rear intersection warning, 10-speaker audio system, and wireless CarPlay and Android Auto. Various wheels, colour, Interior, body and trim upgrades will be provided as options.
The 2022 2 series will go on sale in November this year. As we have already mentioned, rear-wheel drive 230i and all-wheel drive M240i xDrive will be the first two available versions. All-wheel drive 230i xDrive and rear-wheel drive M240i will be launched later. Pricing has not yet been announced, but is expected to be announced this fall.