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BMW 2 Series Coupe: prices, specs and CO2 emissions

6 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe

BMW has unveiled the new 2 Series Coupe, which will launch in early 2022 costing from £34,980.

It utilises a rear-wheel drive layout, rather that switching to a front-driven chassis like the 1 Series.

BMW says the 2 Series Coupe “borrows extensively” from the technology used in the 3 Series and 4 Series.

From launch, the car will be offered with three powertrain options. The entry-level 220i serves up 184PS and emits from 144g/km.

The mild-hybrid 220d with 190PS is the most efficient model, with CO2 emissions from 122g/km and average fuel consumption of 60mpg.

A range-topping M240i with xDrive all-wheel-drive delivers 374PS. All variants will be equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

A length of 4,537mm and width of 1,838mm represent increases over the predecessor model of 105mm and 64mm respectively. The new car is 28mm lower, however, with a vehicle height of 1,390mm. Its wheelbase is also 51mm longer at 2,741mm.

The new BMW 2 Series Coupe’s boot offers load capacity of 390 litres – a 20-litre increase in capacity over its predecessor – and the height of the loading edge is 35mm lower.

Standard equipment includes a 10.25-inch infotainment screen and fully digital instrument cluster, parking sensors, acoustic glazing for the windscreen, electric folding exterior mirrors and three-zone automatic climate control.

The 2 Series comes in M Sport trim as standard, while an M Sport Pro package can be specified to add M Sport Brakes, 19-inch alloy wheels, gloss black trim and a Harman Kardon audio system.

Forward collision warning with autonomous emergency braking is fitted as standard, along with lane departure warning with lane return.

An optional Driving Assistant package includes adaptive cruise control with stop and go capability.

2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe prices, mpg and CO2 emissions:


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CO2 emissions

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M240i xDrive





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