BMW M235i Coupe Images Leak

Photos leak ahead of the official press release

Oct 24 2013, 11:20am CDT | by

BMW M235i Coupe Images Leak
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BMW is set to officially unveil its new 2-series Coupe this week. Ahead of that official unveil images of the car have now leaked online. Images of the M235i reportedly come from what is reported to be a dealer presentation on the new vehicle.

The 2-series Coupe will be available in Europe with five different engine options. Those options include three diesel engines and two gasoline engines. The most potent gasoline engine will be found in the M325i and produces 322 hp.

The 218d will feature 141 hp diesel engine, the 220d will have a 181 hp diesel, and the 225d 215 hp diesel engine. The other gasoline option will be the 220i and it will produce 181 hp. The 322 hp M235i will reportedly hit 62 mph in 4.8 seconds with the eight-speed automatic. The manual is said to take a longer 5.0-seconds to reach the same number.

 
 
 

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