BMW has launched a new M2 coupe that will replace the current M3.
BMW is planning to introduce a new version of the M2 as early as 2021, which it claims will “improve the driving experience for those who enjoy driving on the road.”
The new M3 will be powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four with 295 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque.
It’ll also have BMW’s new BMW i8-based transmission and will be available with the company’s new M5 electric sedan.
The new version will be offered with a base price of €50,400 ($55,400) and will cost about the same as the M3, though it will be a tad less expensive, as BMW says it will have a “much higher level of safety.”
The M2 Coupe will also feature a new interior and new powertrain.BMW says the new M6 coupe will be introduced next year.