For 2018, the entire BMW 2-Series series will receive a series of upgrades that include some new colors, new wheels and revised interior and exterior looks. These changes will all make their way to the 2018 BMW M240i Coupe, the resident median model of Series 2 that is just below the M2.
This impression, years after Munich, began to combine the universal sports cars, specially designed for M, with M Sport sport kits and slightly adjusted M Performance models, developed here with the M240i performance edition of 2018 A collection of cosmetic accessories for the 2-series coupe, the M Performance Edition can claim an additional performance smidgen of the 19-inch two-tone wheels on Pirelli P Zeros flat, plus minor airport revisions to the front and rear divider. Back. Otherwise, it is the excellent M240i winning the most performant with more M brands than a real M2. Do not confuse it with M2 M Performance Edition, which includes more serious hardware upgrades.
The brand difference apart, the 2018 BMW M240i Coupe is the happiest to be a queen of the BMW catalog. It features black kidney grilles, carbon fiber mirrors, a carbon fiber lip spoiler, carbon fiber exhaust buttons, black threshold trim with Performance M and a steering wheel wrapped with microsuede with a carbon filter- Inserts of fibers and a red hash mark at the 12 o’clock position.
The interior updates are a little more noticeable, but they are always subtle at best. They include a redesigned, more driver-oriented dashboard, a high-gloss, black center stack, covered cup holders in the central storage compartment and improved air conditioning vents.
The 2018 BMW M240i Coupe a thoroughbred athlete with exceptional performance capabilities: with six-speed manual shifting, the coupe cuts from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph) 4.8 seconds, while the maximum speed is electronically limited to 250 km / h (155 mph). The performance is even more catchy in the BMW M240i xDrive Coupe thanks to its all-wheel integral. It increases from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph) in 4.4 seconds, while returning a combined fuel consumption of 7.4 l / 100 km ( 38.2 mpg imp) and CO2 emissions of 169 G / km.