Front-wheel drive BMW will not get the full M-version

Front-wheel drive BMW will not get the full M-version


The market does not appear M-version BMWs that are built on front-drive platform and have a transverse-engine, said the head of M-division of BMW of Markus Flush in talking to Car Advice. We are talking about the 1 Series, 2 Series Gran Coupe, crossovers X1 and X2.

Thus, the most powerful modifications of the listed models will remain BMW M135i, M235i and X2 M35i, equipped with a 306-horsepower two-liter engine and have the clutch connection of the rear axle. And most affordable full-car M-series continues to be BMW M2, which is equipped with three-liter turbo engine with recoil 410 horsepower.

According to a flush, the previously announced “hardcore” version of the M2 CS – car track, certified for public roads – will appear in 2020. It is expected that M2 CS will dial the first “hundred” for a few tenths of a second faster than M2, which makes it in 4.2 seconds, and the speed limiter is shifted from 250 to 280 kilometers per hour.

Also put the carbon-ceramic brakes and 19-inch wheels with tires Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2. According to unofficial data, for M2 CS will offer a carbon fiber roof.

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