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I've always liked the size of the 1 series, but could never get over how odd the front end looks. This M235i looks so much better and I could definitely see myself eventually driving one.

Edit: Most likely just wishful thinking, but since Cadillac is offering limited slip as an option on their non-V ATS, hopefully bmw will folllow suit and offer a proper mechanical lsd in this thing.

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Love everything about it except the wheels. I even like it in red and I hate red cars.
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BMW makes the best OEM wheels. Those are no exception. I'm not a fan of red cars either, but I would drive that thing in a heartbeat. It kind of looks like it has a black trunk spoiler on it as well...which even that looks good on the red car. Think I've fap'd a couple times already to this car today.

edit: Might just be a shadow on the trunk instead.
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The wheels aren't bad, I just dont love them as much as I love everything else.
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BMW M235i Will Beat 1M Coupe Around Nurburgring and Have Limited Slip Differential

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The upcoming M235i Coupe will beat the 1M Coupe around the Nurburgring, so says Klaus Froehlich, Senior Vice President Brand and Product Strategies at BMW. In speaking to Autoexpress, he states that:

"I have just signed off the M235i’s M Sport performance kit, which will include a proper limited slip differential. I’m just working out whether to make this an option on all models.

The M235i is as close a spiritual successor to the 2002ti that we've had. My initial benchmark was that it will be faster than the BMW 1M Coupe around the Nurburgring, which it is.

The 4 Series body is stiffer than the 3 Series’, and the 2 Series is the same over the 1 Series. The handling of the 1M was too snappy, but the 2 Series has a longer wheelbase and the proportions are better. However, we did take the 18-inch wheels and special Michelin tyres from the 1M for the M235i, as they offer better performance than the 19-inch versions."


For reference, the 1M Coupe was timed around the Nurburgring at 8:15 by Sportauto. Here's some comparisons for that time.
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"I have just signed off the M235i’s M Sport performance kit, which will include a proper limited slip differential. I’m just working out whether to make this an option on all models.
i wonder what kind of "proper" lsd he is referring to. if it's the VLSD then he can keep that garbage. bring back the ZF 2/3/4 clutch diff that porsche still uses.

promising to say the least. lack of an lsd as an option has really hurt bmw imo. gotta work on that ring time though, dropping 16 seconds off the 1m is going to be tough--you know to compete with a 1995 skyline gtr....
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I agree on the LSD thing. Really hope it is a nice LSD.


Another thing that I noticed about that little bit of info up there is this part

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This tells me no more bullshit offset like on the 135i which makes me stuck with very very few options for wheels without other modifications. That is GREAT news imo.

From my 1addicts group over here, there is a German that is a BMW test engineer. He has said that it is actually a blast to drive the new M235i. Said it is way ahead of the 135i. Which makes me happy and sad at the same time.
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except that is likely a misprint. the 1m had 19's from the comp package M3. i would imagine that the wheels will be closer to the specs of the F30, which is still an improvement.
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Anything is an improvement over what I have to deal with on the 135i.

Luckily there are companies like Apex that made a wheel specifically for the 135i and it is awesome.
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BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Render


The long rumored 2 Series Gran Coupe has yet to be spotted in testing, but we'd be highly surprised if BMW did not go after the CLA and A3 sedan with its own small sports sedan. The company is seemingly entering all niches in which its German competitors have offerings, even niches with much smaller sales potential than the small sedan space, so we expect to see a 2 Series "Gran Coupe" sedan after the Coupe and Convertible 2 Series are released. Artist Theophilus Chin has rendered what he thinks the 2 Series Gran Coupe may resemble, drawing heavily upon the nearly fully uncovered M235i Coupe we showed you four months ago.

The 2 Series Gran Coupe would be a 4 door version of the Coupe model, but with a sleeker/elongated roofline and roomier back seating (much like the 6 Series Gran Coupe relates to the 6 Series Coupe). It will share the engine/transmission/model lineup with the Coupe and Convertible.

The M235i / 2 Series Coupe will be revealed in just a few weeks time and will have its world debut at the 2014 Detroit auto show in mid-January.

Production of the Coupe model begins in November 2013. It might seem odd to have the production date before the auto show debut, but this isn't without precedence. The 4 Series began production last month, but is now just making its auto show debut at the ongoing Frankfurt IAA show.

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While it doesnt look that bad....WHY do they need a gran coupe for the 2 series?

Ugh, just have the 3 and 5 door 1 series and the 2 series coupe and be done with it. No freaking reason to have a 4 door 2 series.
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While it doesnt look that bad....WHY do they need a gran coupe for the 2 series?

Ugh, just have the 3 and 5 door 1 series and the 2 series coupe and be done with it. No freaking reason to have a 4 door 2 series.
You shush. I want a 2er Gran Coupe!
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Im curious to see how much a 2er Gran Coupe will be compared to a 328i Msport with nav.

Because thats the 4-door id rather have, and im betting they will be close in price.
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BMW 2 Series specs leaked?



Thanks to spy shots from earlier in the year, we already know what the new BMW 2 Series will look like, but now we know a lot more about the coupe courtesy of an apparent BMW South Africa error and some quick-clicking enthusiasts. Though the information no longer appears to be posted on BMW's South African website, 2addicts.com managed to grab most of the details for the new coupe, including the model lineup, specs and most (if not all) of the options list for the upcoming replacement for the 1 Series.

Just like the latest 3 Series, the 2 Series model lineup starts at the 220i powered by a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder, but the more exciting BMW figures to be the M235i with its 320-hp, 3.0-liter straight-six. With the automatic transmission, the info says that the M235i weights 3,240 pounds and will be able to accelerate from 0-62 miles per hour in 4.8 seconds making it both lighter and quicker than the 135is currently offered in the US. The base 220i coupe should also be fun to drive with its 180 horsepower and sub-3,000 pound curb weight.

A quick side-by-side comparison of the dimensions for the base 220i with our current base 128i shows that the new coupe rides on a longer wheelbase (105.9 in. vs. 104.7 in.), is about two inches longer (174.4 in. vs. 172.2 in.) and is an inch wider (69.8 in. vs. 68.8 in.). 2addicts.com even shows available paint colors, interior trim options and lists pricing for South African-spec models. Head on over to the forum to check out all the info they have posted, but we expect the 2 Series to be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show early next year.
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Revealing Pics of M235i vs Standard Bumper, Undercarriage (no LSD), and Next to 435i
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Months ago we uncovered much of the M235i by way of a set of very revealing photos (reposted below), but we now show you some more unique looks.

The first image shows the M235i bumper (on the left) compared to the standard 2 Series bumper (on the right). The 2 Series bumper is the same as the one spotted on the standard 2 Series prototype we showed you last week. Both designs look very sporty to us. The image also gives a great top-down look at the M235i and highlights how short its overhangs and tail end are.

Next up is the first look at the M235i's undercarriage and shows us that like the M135i, it is not equipped with a limited slip differential (LSD) as standard. According to BMW, LSD will be offered one way or another for the M235i. It will likely be available as part of the M Performance Parts catalog, like for the 4 Series.

The tire photos show us both front and rear tire sizes for the M235i's 18" wheels - 225/40/18 for the front and 245/35/18 rear.

And lastly, have a look at how the M235i compares to the 435i visually. Compared to the 435i, the M235i is 7.3 inches shorter, 2.1 inches narrower and 1.8 inches taller. Also see our recent comparison of how the M235i stacks up against other recent BMW models.



The M235i has already been revealed to feature 322 hp and 332 lb-ft tq, covering 0-62 in 4.8 sec (auto) / 5.0 sec (manual). BMW officials have teased that it will be faster around the Nurburgring than the 1M Coupe.

See the M235i and 2 Series' fully revealed specs HERE.


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A leak has prematurely revealed the 2014 BMW 2-Series, the German automaker's next entry-level coupe and convertible range. Keeping in line with BMW's new nomenclature, the 2-Series will replace the 1-Series coupe/convertible.

Pictured here in M235i guise, the 2-Series coupe is set to arrive in the United States very soon as a 2014 model.


Confused about the 2-Series name? You're not alone. BMW is repositioning its coupes to have even-numbered names, while its higher-volume sedans will retain their odd number configurations. The upcoming 1-Series sedan will be complemented by the 2-Series coupe, while the current 3-Series recently gained a 4-Series coupe companion.

The 2-Series will be marginally larger than the outgoing 1-Series, stretching perhaps 2 to 3 inches longer overall.

Spotted in both soft- and hard-top configurations, the 2-Series will ride on a version of the 1-Series rear-wheel drive platform. However, that won't last for long BMW's next-generation 1-Series will switch to a front-wheel drive layout, meaning this round of 2-Series will be the first and last to send power to the rear wheels.

For those craving the ultimate in performance, BMW is said to be developing an M2 based on the 2-Series coupe, but it should be more aggressive looking than the red car spied in Europe.

What we already know
Specifications for the 2-Series hit the web earlier than expected, revealing a few surprises. For the U.S. market, we anticipate an engine lineup consisting of two tunes for the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and a twin 3.0-liter six-cylinder. The specs that found their way to 2addicts.com are for the South African-market models.

The aforementioned M235i will use a 322 horsepower, 332 lb-ft. of torque version of the automaker's 3.0-liter inline TwinPower turbocharged six-cylinder engine; that's actually a little more power than the M135i hatchback currently sold in South Africa.

In addition, the South African market will also be offered 220i (gasoline) and 220d (diesel) models, the former of which is likely to come to the U.S. It features a 181 horsepower, 200 lb-ft. of torque 2.0-liter engine, and it's the same unit found in the BMW 320i. It's not likely that we'll see the diesel-powered 220d any time soon in the U.S.

Interestingly, the spec sheets list the South African model 220i with a curb weight checking in at just under 3,000 lbs. While the North American market model should weigh a little more thanks to some additional standard equipment, it will likely weigh less than the outgoing 1-Series.

Although not seen yet, our sources tell us that BMW is also working on a Gran Coupe version of the new 2-Series. Penned in the same vein as the 6-Series Gran Coupe, the 2-Series Gran Coupe will take on upcoming vehicles like Mercedes' CLA. It remains unknown if the 2-Series Gran Coupe will spawn a performance M model.
Read more at http://www.leftlanenews.com/bmw-2-se...7RhlEmKyZbL.99
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BMW 2-Series Coupe fully revealed by German magazine

BMW 2-Series Coupe 23.10.2013 / Auto Bild

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[update] The video was pulled down, but we still have several screenshots.
Auto Bild has published a video which fully reveals the BMW 2-Series Coupe ahead of its official launch scheduled for Friday.
Looking considerably more refined than the defunct 1-Series Coupe, the new 2-Series adopts an evolutionary design which maintains the traditional BMW cues but updated for the first-ever 2-Series. Shown in Auto Bild's editorial is the 220d model with a light bronze paint scheme which doesn't do the coupe justice.
The 220d will come with a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder diesel rated at 181 bhp (135 kW) which will be good enough for a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) run in 7.1 seconds and a maximum speed of 146 mph (235 km/h). There will also be a more affordable 218d model featuring the same engine but detuned to 140 bhp (105 kW).
Check out the first related link below for further specs of the 220i and the M235i.


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^ That rendering is gorgeous. Did I miss the price point for the M2?
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M235i will likely be in the mid to high 40s USD. Might break 50k fully optioned out.
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Personally, I'm still waiting for the 2er Gran Coupe. Give me four doors on that beast and I'll sell some random crap to buy one.
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BMW is definitely going to have its hands full at next month's Detroit Auto Show. The big news might be the debut of the M3 and M4, which were previewed in our Deep Dive, but joining those performance cars under the bright lights will be the all-new 2015 BMW 2 Series Coupe.

While we already know most of the details about the 2 Series and its available M Performance parts, BMW has now announced that the Coupe will go on sale in the first quarter of next year with a starting price of $33,025 (*plus $925 for destination) for the base 228i. This price is about $1,500 more than the current 1 Series Coupe, which starts at $31,500, while the M235i's starting price of $44,025 is almost $500 more than the existing 135is Coupe. There is still no indication as to when we'll see 2 Series Convertible unveiled.

In addition to new M cars and the 2 Series, BMW's display will also reveal another new color-theme package for the Z4. Last year we saw the Hyper Orange package, and this year will give us the Ivory White Burnt Sienna Z4 available in an exclusive Sparkling Brown Metallic exterior paint color. Scroll down for the full press release of production vehicles BMW has planned to showcase at Detroit's Cobo Hall next month.

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