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در May - 17 - 2016

2017 BMW 2 Series Unveiled

just dropped a few details on the upcoming including specs on its newest generation of turbocharged inline four- and six-cylinder engines. As expected, the model lineup includes the 230i and 230i as well as their high-performance equivalents, the M240i Coupe and M240i Convertible. The non-M’s get a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 248 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, while the go-faster models get a 3.0-liter six-cylinder with 335 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.

That’s 15 horsepower and 39 pound-feet more for the M’s. Peak torque for the aluminum six hits between 1,520 and 4,500 rpm, while power peaks at 5,500 rpm. Fuel consumption is lower thanks to an efficient electric coolant pump for the intercooler, an auto start/stop, and brake energy regeneration

Both RWD and AWD are offered. The M models get an eight-speed Steptronic automatic gearbox as standard, while enthusiasts will be happy to know RWD models also get the no-cost option of a six-speed manual. The six-speed has rev-matching technology, while the eight-speed has a wider gear spread.

As for acceleration, the M240i Coupe does the 0-to-60 mph sprint in 4.6 seconds with a manual, 4.4 seconds with an automatic, and 4.2 seconds with AWD. Meanwhile, the convertible hits the same speed in 4.7 seconds with a manual, 4.5 seconds with an automatic, and 4.4 seconds with AWD.

Standard spec on the M’s include suspension that’s both stiffer and lower, 18-inch alloy wheels, Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, upgraded brakes, variable sports steering, and new aero.

Pricing will be released closer to launch this summer.



2017 BMW 2 Series Unveiled

just dropped a few details on the upcoming including specs on its newest generation of turbocharged inline four- and six-cylinder engines. As expected, the model lineup includes the 230i and 230i as well as their high-performance equivalents, the M240i Coupe and M240i Convertible. The non-M’s get a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 248 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, while the go-faster models get a 3.0-liter six-cylinder with 335 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.

That’s 15 horsepower and 39 pound-feet more for the M’s. Peak torque for the aluminum six hits between 1,520 and 4,500 rpm, while power peaks at 5,500 rpm. Fuel consumption is lower thanks to an efficient electric coolant pump for the intercooler, an auto start/stop, and brake energy regeneration

Both RWD and AWD are offered. The M models get an eight-speed Steptronic automatic gearbox as standard, while enthusiasts will be happy to know RWD models also get the no-cost option of a six-speed manual. The six-speed has rev-matching technology, while the eight-speed has a wider gear spread.

As for acceleration, the M240i Coupe does the 0-to-60 mph sprint in 4.6 seconds with a manual, 4.4 seconds with an automatic, and 4.2 seconds with AWD. Meanwhile, the convertible hits the same speed in 4.7 seconds with a manual, 4.5 seconds with an automatic, and 4.4 seconds with AWD.

Standard spec on the M’s include suspension that’s both stiffer and lower, 18-inch alloy wheels, Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, upgraded brakes, variable sports steering, and new aero.

Pricing will be released closer to launch this summer.


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