All-New BMW 2 Series Coupé

Our First Look

About 55 years ago, the first BMW 1600 arrived, later when the 2002 designation was attached to the 2-door body, a stunning era of BMW in the U.S. was underway. The BMW 2002 provided an unequaled driving experience with a fantastic driver-focused cockpit. Fast forward today as we get our first look at the all-new 2 Series BMW Coupe for 2022.

Striking bold styling, more powerful engines, improved chassis and dynamics, more interior room, and the latest in infotainment and connectivity are just some of the improvements that await you in the new BMW 2 Series Coupe. The new 2 Series Coupe focuses on delivering maximum driving enjoyment, with every component optimized for this purpose.




new performance-oriented BMW kidney grille

The striking and athletic new exterior design is the first thing that will notice. Three-dimensional surfaces, triangular forms, and diagonal lines bring visual power to the front end. The low front bumper, headlights positioned to the outer edges of the front end, and the new, turbine-style BMW kidney grille, which features vertically arranged air flaps instead of the classic bars, command a low-slung look. The air flaps operate electrically and open in ten stages to provide increased cooling air when required by the engine. The prominently flared fenders and a muscular power dome at the center of the hood indicate the BMW 2 Series Coupe’s higher dynamic capabilities. BMW.


Going on sale late Fall of 2021, the 255 hp 230i and 382 hp M240i xDrive Coupes will arrive first with 230i xDrive and M240i Coupes to follow.




striking and athletic new exterior design


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