BMW has tested the new 2 Series Coupe on public roads and the Nürburgring. NürburgringThe latter serves as the ultimate test for suspension, chassis, damping, steering and, of course, the braking system. BMW will focus on the rear-wheel drive setup of this car, but the highest performance version of the 2 Series Coupe has rear-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive. This is the M240ix Drive coupe.
Powering this M240i xDrive version is an in-line 6-cylinder petrol engine capable of producing a total of 368 hp (374 PS) output, all powered by the 8-speed Steptronic Sport gearbox.
Stroke-dependent dampers are standard on all versions and an optional Adaptive M chassis is available. The automaker’s goal was to optimize the balance between sportiness and ride quality.
In terms of handling and aerodynamics, the new model is said to feature accurate steering right out of the box. However, the variable sports steering system is available as an optional extra. In addition, the model-specific front spoiler lip, front splitter and air curtain, air deflector, tank, rear axle cover, and underbody airflow-optimized driving dynamics strut contours help reduce the front. 50% axle lift compared to the car’s predecessor.
Regarding looks, 20222 series coupe It is said to be a feature of BMW “Modern, clean, and reduced” Design language. The reason why BMW considers the current design language to be “clean and reduced” is completely unclear because it is so angular and complex compared to many years ago.
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