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New BMW 2 Series Convertible

The BMW 2 Series Coupe and BMW 2 Series Convertible have raised the bar in the compact class in terms of dynamic prowess, aesthetic appeal and emotional richness.

The BMW 2 Series Coupe and BMW 2 Series Convertible have raised the bar in the premium compact class in terms of dynamic prowess, aesthetic appeal and emotional richness.

Scheduled for launch in July 2017 (to order and at local dealer floors from September), the new models promise to build on this successful concept.

They feature sharper front-end styling, LED headlights fitted as standard, further interior upgrades and new connectivity services.

With the changing of the guard from outgoing model to new generation comes a more eye-catching front end for the BMW 2 Series Coupe and BMW 2 Series Convertible.

Both models are now fitted as standard with bi-LED headlights.

The main headlights can also be specified in adaptive full-LED form as an option, their prominent light graphic strengthening the dynamic and technical impression created by the front end.

The familiar twin-circular-headlight look has a hexagonal interpretation, inspiring an even more precise and modern appearance.

A larger kidney grille gives the front end of the new models a wider look and allows it to project a sportier impression.

The outer air intakes in the three-section front end are now larger and emphasise the cars’ powerful stance on the road.

The rear end likewise cuts a muscular figure, the single-piece rear lights (LEDs as standard) with hallmark BMW L-shape extending well into the flanks.

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