This New Feature, Courtesy Of Newly Launched Variant, Elevates The BMW 2 Series’s Driving Experience

  • May 9, 2023
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The new top-spec trim for BMW’s entry level sedan brings a paddle shifter for its quick shifting 7-speed dual clutch transmission along with new feature additions

  • New 220i M Sport Pro trim launched for BMW 2 Series.

  • Priced at Rs 45.50 lakh, same as the diesel-powered trim.

  • No mechanical revisions, continues with 179PS, 2-litre turbo-petrol unit

  • The 7-speed DCT gearbox gets paddle shifters in the new trim

  • Heads-up display and a 10-speaker sound system are the new feature additions

  • Cabin gets M-sport leather steering with M badges and M-spec roof lining.

BMW has launched a new top-spec 220i M Sport Pro trim for the 2 Series sedan. It builds on the standard 220i M Sport trim and costs Rs 45.50 lakh (ex-showroom). There aren’t any styling or powertrain revisions, but there are slight revisions to the cabin and a few feature additions that the new trim brings.




220i M Sport

Rs 43.50 lakh

220d M Sport (diesel)

Rs 45.50 lakh

220i M Sport Pro (new)

Rs 45.50 lakh

Priced at Rs 45.50 lakh, the new 220iM Sport Pro trim is priced the same as the sole diesel-powered variant. The base-spec 220i M Sport trim is more affordable by Rs 2 lakh and gets the same powertrain as the new trim, but fewer features.

What’s new?

There are no revisions to the exterior of the BMW 2 Series, but the new 220i M Sport Pro trim brings changes to the cabin of the sedan. You get the M Sport steering wheel wrapped in leather with black stitching and M badging. There’s also the addition of M-spec roof lining along with a new interior trim. Feature additions include a heads-up display and a 10-speaker sound system (205 watts).

The biggest and probably the most significant addition is the availability of paddle shifters for the 7-speed DCT gearbox. This addition also enables the launch control feature, which, through loads of wizardry, helps in the ideal launch, providing maximum traction to propel the vehicle forward.


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No changes here, as the petrol engine is the same 2-litre turbo-unit producing 179PS and 280Nm. It is geared via a 7-speed DCT gearbox, which also gets paddle shifters in the top-spec 220i M Sport Pro trim. The 2-litre diesel engine is paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission with an output of 193PS and 400Nm. 


Apart from the aforementioned new features, the 2 Series packs two 10.25-inch screens that make up the infotainment and instrument cluster, wireless phone charging, rear-view camera, ambient lighting, a panoramic sunroof, powered front seats and cruise control. Its safety suite is made up of six airbags, ABS with brake assist, electric parking brake with auto hold, traction control, ISOFIX child mounts, tyre pressure monitoring system and dynamic stability control.

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The German carmaker retails its entry-level sedan between the range of Rs 43.50 lakh and Rs 45.50 lakh (ex-showroom). Its chief rival in the country is the entry-level Mercedes A-class sedan.

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