What will be the “evil” coupe BMW M2 2022 model year?April 7, 2020
Renders of the high-performance BMW M2 coupe appeared on the Internet. The new 2022 model year with the G87 index will still receive a rear-wheel drive layout. The new M2 is due to debut within a year, possibly by 2020 in Los Angeles.
The model year BMW M2 2022, codenamed G87, is reported to continue to have rear-wheel drive, although the nominally similar four-door 228i and M235i xDrive Gran Coupe four-door sedans use a front-wheel drive platform. On the page of one of the users of the social network Instagram appeared a render for the long-awaited new product.
In these images, created by an independent artist, you can notice a lot of details from the “new BMW models.”
Double pentagonal “nostrils” of the false radiator grille emphasize the more angular front part of the car, decorated with headlights on both sides, which create a strong resemblance to the updated version of the 2 Series Gran Coupe. The virtual version of the “evil” Bavarian kid is equipped with a front bumper that resembles the 1 Series hatchback in the high-performance M-version, with a large central inlet. The published image shows a novelty with a not so large false radiator grille as the next-generation BMW M3 and M4 “charged”.
Right behind the front wheels are massive vertical air vents reminiscent of both the current M3 / M4 generation and the BMW 7 Series 2020 model year. The traditional two-door coupe roofline is based on muscular front and rear wings with aerodynamic side mirrors that emphasize the overall aggression of the exterior.
The new M2 will be equipped with an upgraded in-line engine with six cylinders, possibly twin-turbocharged and up to 500 hp. A dual-clutch gearbox is likely to be the only transmission options available. The new M2 is due to debut within a year, possibly by 2020 in Los Angeles.
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