The recently unveiled BMW 2-Series Gran Tourer has been rendered in its range topping version, the M2.
Despite being officially unveiled just a couple of weeks ago, the brand new BMW 2-Series Gran Tourer has been recently rendered in its range topping version, the M2. The model in question will probably never gain an M2 version because this is aimed towards families who need two extra seats and the comfort of a luxury MPV and despite wearing the “2-Series” badges on its body, it doesn’t have a lot in common with the 2-Series Coupe and the upcoming M2 Coupe.
The two images posted below are simple renderings which have been signed by X-Tomi Design. They are showing us how the model may look like if it will get green lighted, with its aggressive exterior design, highlighted by the new front bumper, the new side skirts, the new rear bumper, the quad exhaust system at the rear, the diffuser, the large alloy wheels, the subtle rear spoiler and the M2 badges covering its body.
As you probably already know by now, the new BMW 2-Series Gran Tourer is coming with a range topping version using the 2.0 liter four-cylinder diesel engine, in the 220d xDrive. This is producing 190 HP (140 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque. The model stands at 4,556 mm long, 1,800 mm wide and 1,608 mm tall, carrying a total boot space of 1,905 mm with the rear seats folded. No pricing details for it have been announced yet.