Thanks to a decision that the company made, we now have a revised BMW 2 Series Coupé and 2 Series Cabriolet models uncovered way ahead of their UK sales date start which is set for this spring. There are changes to both, some subtle some not but among these, we highlight the changes made to the car’s grille which is now somewhat wider, new LED headlights, revised tail-light lens graphics and redesigned alloy wheels ranging from 16 to 18 inches.
The interior of these two magnificent vehicles is only slightly altered with a revised dashboard and redesigned instruments as well as an updated 8.8 inches touch-operated display that now has a revamped operating system for the iDrive infotainment system. The revision of this lineup stops here, and it does not transfer beneath the hood. “Unfortunately,” BMW did nothing to the engine lineup, so you will have to make do with the same as before petrol units, which range from a 134 HP in the base 218i to 335 HP in the top of the line M240i. The diesel units extend from 148 HP in the 218d to 221 HP in the 225d. For most models on offer, buyers can choose between two types of transmission – a standard six-speed manual or an optional eight-speed automatic one.
As far as pricing goes nothing has been so far officially announced when you consider the 2018 BMW 2 Series Coupé and 2 Series Cabriolet models. Some of the chatter online as well as according to some BMW officials statements the prices will not go that much up and will remain close to the current ones that start at $30,257 for the 218i SE Coupe and raise to $42,260 for the M240i variant. If this turns out to be true, then the fans all over the world will go crazy for it, as well as the swarm of new buyers that will come rushing to get their hands on one of these.