The BMW 2 Series Coupe is, for many, the quintessential high-performance model featuring impressive power, handling prowess and looks. But, to some, the diesel versions are an abomination. After all, why would you worry about fuel efficiency in what is (clearly) your second or even third car, in your garage. But, to some owners, the fuel efficiency component of ownership is important. Pair that up with somewhat powerful contemporary engines and some owners are drawn to its allure.
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With the BMW 220d, you get a powerplant utilizing the innovative turbocharging technology, common-rail direct injection and the aluminum lightweight construction. In turn, the 220d will deliver 150 horsepower and 320Nm of torque, allowing it to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just The BMW 220d masterfully proves its efficiency with an average consumption value of 58.9 [64.2] mpg and CO2 emissions of 125  g/km. The BMW 218d* achieves 62.8 [64.2] mpg achieving CO2 values of 119  g/km.
For this Alpine White BMW 220d, the addition of a set of Vossen directional wheels is the perfect accentuating note. The Vossen CVT wheels come sized 20×8.5 in the front and 20×10.5 in the rear. With a Polished Silver finish, they work perfectly with the overall white exterior of the vehicle. Since this BMW 2 Series comes from Switzerland, some impressive Alpine scenery against which this BMW 220d is shit, will make for some nice wallpapers surely.