2023 BMW 2 Series Coupe – BMW has been adding extravagant new screens, known as “Curved Display, and is being added to inside its cars at an alarming rate. Following the 2023MY 3 Series and M3 2 Series, it’s the 2 Series also gets the feature that was introduced just a few months earlier.
2023 BMW 2 Series Coupe Review
BMW Germany’s configurator has now shown the latest version of the 2 Series, which comes with a large screen that incorporates both the instrument cluster as well as the infotainment screen into one single device running BMW’s most recent information technology software called iDrive 8.
While they appear to be two screens, however, the system is composed of two screens that measure 12.3-inches across in front of the steering wheel, and 14.9-inches between the front passengers. While the instrument cluster is exactly the same size as the one in the model that was shown at the time of its launch during the summer months of 2021 The infotainment portion of the system was smaller at 10.25 inches.
In Europe in the past, the most affordable models were also equipped with an infotainment system, which featured a 5.1-inch display on the instrument panel as well as an 8.8-inch information display. This option is no longer available to be available in the German configurator.
2023 BMW 2 Series Coupe Pricing & Specs
The first time it was reported by Bimmer Today the configurator is also believed to indicate that the new infotainment system will increase the cost of the car. In April the BMW 220i launched in the EUR40700 range ($43,694 USD) however, it is now priced at EUR42,800 ($45,948 USD) this is an increase of around 45 even though you still receive an iDrive8 basic Curved Display and the iDrive8. Additionally, BMW has introduced a new base model for Europe which is the 218i Coupe which, in Germany begins at the price of EUR39,400 ($42,298 USD at the current rate of exchange).
Two models, the 218i and the 220i both are driven by turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four that generate the equivalent of 154 horsepower (115kW/156 PS) in the former, and 181 horsepower (135 horsepower/183 PS) in the second. There’s also a 188-hp (140kW/190 PS) diesel 220d as well as 241 horsepower (180kW and 250 PS) 220i, both of which are powered by the 2.0-liter turbo-four. The M240i is powered by the 3.0-liter inline-six engine that produces 382 horsepower (285 horsepower/387PS). 2022 BMW 2 Series debuted in July 2021 to mixed reviews with regard to its design. The new design sparked debate however the performance is better than satisfactory.