This four-door coupe sits beneath the 3 Series and marks the entry point for BMW’s “sedan” to our market. The BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé will kick off in India right around Christmas time. The first small four-door coupé of its kind from the German brand. Which only celebrated its international debut a year ago, is part of the Series 3 sedan in the company’s portfolio.
Introductory pricing for the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé starts at Rs 39.30 for the first-class Sport Line equipment. And goes up to Rs 41.40 paint (all prices, former showroom, India) for the M Sport variant. BMW has decided to launch a model with only a diesel engine for now, and a petrol engine is expected later.
The Grand Coupé of the 2 Series offers a distinctive new BMW look. The front facade is dominated by the company’s new interpretation of kidney grille. With a more upright and aggressive design and tilted headlamps with distinctive dual-tube LED elements. The side profile is characterized by a sloping roofline that ends at the back similar to the stern. Pillarless doors underline the model’s sporty charisma. At the back, there is a very powerful trunk lid and sleek LED “L-shaped” taillights finalize the Gran Coupé’s new glance.
The interior design of the 2 Series with four doors is similar to the latest BMW. It has a neat dashboard that accepts a digital instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch touchscreen. Although the Gran Coupé 2 is the entrance to the BMW sedan, it promises a luxurious cabin experience. The Head and knee room at the rear is pretty good by class standards. Although those over six feet will find a coupe-like roofline distracting from headroom. In terms of equipment, the 2 Series Gran Coupé is quite well equipped. In addition to the digital instrument cluster and the iDrive touch screen, kits such as cruise control, paddle switch, automatic headlights, rain-sensitive windshield wipers, automatic air conditioning, powered front seats, reverse camera, six airbags, ABS, ESC, traction control, etc.
Priced at 39.30 to 41.40 euros. The Gran Coupé 2 Series is an entry-level model in the BMW India sedan portfolio. The German brand Gran Coupé offers competitors for the upscale luxury sedan segment. This model is set to compete with the Mercedes-Benz A-Class sedan, which is expected to launch in late November. And the second-generation Audi A3 sedan, which will launch in India sometime in 2021. Reservations for the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe, opened last week at a fee. ordering Rs 50,000. Those who order the four-door coupe before prices are announced today are entitled to a free compensation of Rs 50,000.