A redesigned BMW M2 based mostly on the most recent 2-Collection coupe is ready to debut shortly, and when it does it would carry a splash design with floating screens which is able to concurrently make its approach into the remainder of the 2-Collection coupe vary.
The newest 2-Collection coupe arrived in the marketplace final 12 months as a 2022 mannequin and its sprint at current incorporates a conventional hood over the instrument cluster and a separate display screen for the infotainment hub.
Nonetheless, configuators for the automotive on BMW web sites in sure markets present the brand new sprint design. The screenshot under, taken from the configurator of the web site in BMW’s house market of Germany, exhibits a pair of conjoined floating screens. You may additionally discover that the normal upright gear lever has been changed by a small nub.
2023 BMW 2-Collection (Europe spec) configurator
The brand new sprint is managed by the most recent model of BMW’s iDrive interface, model 8.0, which we first noticed within the 2022 BMW iX. The sprint and interface is slowly filtering throughout the BMW lineup, having simply been added to the up to date 2023 3-Collection. We also needs to see it added to the 2-Collection coupe for 2023, and to the 2-Collection Gran Coupe in some unspecified time in the future. The design already options within the 2-Collection Lively Tourer offered abroad.
As for the brand new M2, a reveal on the 2022 Goodwood Pageant of Velocity in late June is a robust risk. BMW M is that this 12 months’s featured marque for the U.Okay. occasion, and BMW has introduced that it’ll have one thing to point out us. The occasion runs June 23-26.
Search for the M2 to run a detuned model of the three.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 discovered within the newest M3 and M4. Peak energy ought to be round 400 hp, which is up significantly on the 365 hp of the final M2. A spicier M2 Competitors also needs to be out there at launch. Transmission choices ought to embody a 6-speed handbook and 8-speed automated. Rear-wheel drive is a given, although we might even see all-wheel drive made out there, as is the case for the M3 and M4.