BMW M2 Pure model will on sale in Australia
BMW Australia will offer two variations of the new BMW M2 Coupe. The 6-speed manual gearbox – called M2 Pure – will offer for $89,000 Australian and the highest point of the line M2 DCT programmed will begin at $98,900. Both models come standard with the Active M differential and M compound brakes, tire weight screen, driving collaborator, back park separation control, back perspective camera, carbon fiber inside trim and Dakota calfskin upholstery.
To separate itself from the base model, the more costly M2 will incorporate the seven-speed DCT, Comfort Access System, versatile headlights, BMW Selective Beam, power warmed front seats with lumbar conformity, caution and a premium Harman/Kardon encompass sound framework.
In the engine, both variations include the 3.0 liter six-barrel inline motor with 365 strength and 343 lb-ft of torque. The majority of that tech and force permits the M2, with the discretionary M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT) set up and Launch Control actuated, to sprint from rest to 100 km/h or (62 mph) in 4.3 seconds or (4.5 s with the six-speed manual gearbox).
The top rate of the new BMW M2 is electronically restricted to 250 km/h (155 mph). On the off chance that the M Driver's Package – which incorporates a BMW Driving Experience voucher for a track instructional class – is determined, this cut-off point doesn't touch base until 270 km/h (168 mph).
The worldwide rollout is booked for April 2016, despite the fact that the Leipzig plant has as of now started deliveri.