BMW 2 Series Active Tourer M Sport Package

2 Series | March 5th, 2014 by 14
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On the second day at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, BMW brings out the 2 Series Active Tourer with the aggressive looking M Sport Package. …

On the second day at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, BMW brings out the 2 Series Active Tourer with the aggressive looking M Sport Package. While the “standard” front-wheel drive 2 Series Active Tourer surprised many with its design, the M Sport Package and its exclusive Estoril Blue color give the car a sporty edge.

An M Aerodynamics package, M Sport suspension and 17 or 18-inch M light-alloy wheels on the outside are complemented by an M leather steering wheel and specially upholstered sports seats in the interior to maximise the on-road presence of the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer. The range will be extended from late fall to include variants equipped with the xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system.

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Just like all the other M Sport Package offerings, the 2 Series Active Tourer will get the exclusive Estoril Blue paint. The double kidney on the front also always use the high-gloss black.

The BMW 2 Series Active Tourer is the first of its bunch and the design combines the comfort and functionality of space with the typical dynamic BMW lines.

Measuring just 4,342 millimeters long (170.9 inches), 1,800 millimeters (70.8 inches) wide and 1,555 millimeters (61.2 inches) in height, the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer offers similar inside space as larger X vehicles.

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While European customers will have the chance to buy the 2 Series Active Tourer this year, the U.S. market will have to wait until the second half of 2015.

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14 Responses to “BMW 2 Series Active Tourer M Sport Package”

  1. Chris says:

    Amazing, with M-Package!

    • Nice says:

      Agreed. It looks more like a lowered X5 with the M package.
      Now ideally bring a diesel xDrive to USA (I’ll even settle for fwd diesel) and sign me up.

  2. digivue says:

    No amount of M parts can cure wrong wheel drive. What’s wrong with their lineup designation? The coupe we are getting here is RWD… I am confused. BMW is loosing it with wrong wheel drive and tons of niche models.

    • The horse is dead says:

      Seriously, get over the FWD design. The bitching and whining is getting old. It will still handle and drive like a BMW should. Mini Coopers get nothing but praise for the handling and driving fun. The new F56 is even getting rave initial reviews, better than prior generations in terms of driving experience. Since they are all based on the same platform they should all drive similar.

      Besides, when in normal, daily driving do you actually need RWD? You don’t unless you just have to drive aggressively like an asshole. And then when in snows, assuming you didn’t plow into a pole but are instead stuck because your RWD bimmer dug you into a hole in the snowy mud, I’ll wave to you as I drive past in my FWD 2-series AT.

      • digivue says:

        First, BMWs of the late don’t handle like they should. 335i loosing to FWD-based platform S4 is unheard of. Second, it is definitely possible to distinguish pull vs push feeling in the corners even without aggressively driving the car.

  3. Roland Renno says:

    Not interested in the 2-Series Active Tourer.

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