The German multinational corporate manufacturer of luxury vehicles and motorcycles, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, commonly referred to like BMW, is set to launch the new 2022 BMW M240i Coupe in November 2021.

 The German multinational corporate manufacturer of luxury vehicles and motorcycles has its headquarter in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 

The new 2022 BMW 230i Coupe will go for the price of $36,350 while the 2022 BMW M240i xDrive Coupe is $48,550, including $995 destination.

The new BMW 2 Series Coupe is officially on display at the BMW Welt. As soon as tourists enter the landmark building in the heart of Munich, they are greeted by a Thundernight Metallic M240i xDrive.

 The new purple hue is a first for BMW, and it’s only available on the G42 2 Series Coupe for the time being. Thankfully, all 2 Series models come in a variety of vibrant colors, including Melbourne Red, Portimao Blue, and Brooklyn Grey. Alpine White, Jet Black (non-M240i versions only), and Black Sapphire Metallic are the remaining hues.

 The BMW 2 Series Coupe, which will be available for the first time in 2022, is the latest in a long line of tiny, two-door, four-seat, small-engine, daily sports vehicles from BMW.

 Back in the original Neue Klasse, one of the automobiles that got BMW started in this market was the BMW 1600. The famous BMW 2002 followed 1600, laying the groundwork for the brand’s success. The BMW 2 Series, now in its second generation, is the most recent and possibly the last of its kind.

On the outside, the 2 Series stands apart from the rest of the lineup: its headlights, grille, Hofmeister kink, taillights, and overall design language are all distinct from anything else with a Roundel.

The interior, on the other hand, is comparable to that of other new BMWs. The cabin of the 2 Series Coupe is essentially indistinguishable from that of a 3 Series or 4 Series, save from a faint triangle pattern in the door panels and a slightly different door pull design.