The BMW 2 Series is another minimal extravagance roadster for 2014. (A convertible variant is liable to turn out later on.) Two trim levels are accessible: 228i and M235i. The 228i accompanies a 2.
0-liter turbocharged four-chamber motor that delivers 240 drive and 255 pound-feet of torque. In the event that you need some extra power, the M235i is outfitted with a 3.0-liter inline six-barrel motor with 320 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque. Administering this force to the back wheels for both models is an eight-rate programmed transmission; a six pace manual is a no-expense alternative.
Standard gear for the 228i incorporates 17-inch compound wheels, programmed headlights, foglights, downpour sensing wipers, journey control, a 60/40-part collapsing back seat, a tilt-and-extendable directing wheel and BMW's idrive infotainment interface with a 6.5-inch show, Bluetooth and a 10-speaker sound framework. The all the more compelling M235i includes additional gimmicks like versatile xenon headlights and force front seats alongside execution turned equipment, for example, a versatile suspension, redesigned brakes and a game fumes.