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BMW 2 Series
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Production 2014-Present
Class Sport compact

grand tourer

Body Style 2-door convertible (F23)

2-door coupe (F22)

Length 174.6 in (4,435 mm)
Width 69.8 in (1,773 mm)
Height 55.8 in (1,417 mm)
Wheelbase 105.9 in (2,690 mm)
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The BMW 2 Series is a compact car produced by BMW. The 2-Series has several different body styles. It is available as a compact coupé that replaced the 1 Series coupé, or as a convertible model that replaces the 1 Series convertible in the BMW lineup. There is also a new compact MPV body style, which BMW refers to as an Active Tourer.

The 2-Series Active Tourer mechanicals are unrelated to the coupé and convertible models'. While it shares the 2-series name, it is built on a totally different front wheel drive platform that is shared with the 3rd generation MINI Cooper dubbed UKL1.

The 2-Series currently competes with new models from Audi and Mercedes-Benz, the A3 Sedan and the CLA Class, respectively, until BMW releases its own front wheel drive/ all wheel drive compact sedan.

In June 2015, BMW also released a seven-seater 2 Series Gran Tourer.

Variants Edit

BMW 2 Series Coupé (F22, 2014-) Edit

Main article: BMW 2 Series (F22)

The BMW 2 Series Coupé and Cabrio are rear-wheel-drive coupés (F22) and convertibles (F23) related to the BMW 1 Series (F20).

type power torque engine cylinder 0–100 km/h top speed
220i 184 hp

@5000 rpm

270 Nm

@1250rpm

1997cc 4-Cylinder Turbo 7.0 s 230 km/h

BMW 2 Series Active Tourer (F45, 2014-) Edit

Main article: BMW 2 Series (F45)

The BMW 2 Series Active Tourer is a compact MPV, built on the front-wheel-drive BMW UKL platform.


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