BMW M235i Convertible launched in Australia image

BMW has announced the official launch of the M235i Convertible in Australia, which will be setting you back for 85, 800 AUD.

The range-topping version of the 2-Series Convertible is the M235i, that is until an M2 will be introduced, and this has been launched recently in the Pacific country. The model in question is carrying a starting price of 85,800 AUD and for the money you will get the M Sport brakes, the 18-inch BMW M light-alloy wheels, M aerodynamics package, Adaptive M suspension, 8-speed sport automatic transmission, Driving Experience Control, auto start / stop, variable sport steering, adaptive cruise control with braking function, bi-xenon headlights, rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, seat heating, interior lights package, M leather steering wheel, sat-nav, hiFi system, Bluetooth, automatic electric folding soft top roof and more.

The electric soft top found on the BMW M235i Convertible can be operated at speeds up to 50 km/h. Under its hood, we can find the same engine as the one of its solid roof brother, the 3.0 liter inline six-cylinder TwinPower Turbo unit, producing a total of 326 HP (240 kW) and 450 Nm (322 lb-ft) of torque. From 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph), this needs just 5.0 seconds with the eight-speed automatic transmission. BMW says that the new M235i convertible is already available in the company’s dealerships, nationwide. Its pricing does not include the on-road costs and it is 5,900 AUD more expensive than the M235i Coupe.