2021 BMW 220i Sport launched at Rs 37.90 lakh
BMW has launched a new base variant for the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe. Termed the BMW 220i Sport, this sits below the 220i M Sport in the line-up and is priced at Rs 37.90 lakh, ex-showroom. The 220i Sport uses the same drivetrain as the M Sport but misses out on certain features for the more affordable price tag.
The BMW 220i Sport is still equipped with features like a panoramic sunroof, powered sport seats, ambient lighting, dual-zone air conditioning, LED lighting, cruise control with braking and the reversing assistant. The Sport misses out on the larger touchscreen infotainment and the full-digital instrumentation, although it comes with an 8.8-inch touchscreen with Android Auto/ Apple Carplay and an analogue instrument cluster with a 5.1-inch display. The voice assistant continues although wireless charging and gesture control have been given a miss. The 220i also sits on smaller 17-inch wheels and doesn't come with the M Sport styling package.
The 220i Sport continues with the 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol with 190PS and 280 Nm, and pairs with a seven-speed DCT. The Eco Pro, Comfort and Sport drive modes continue as well as does the actuator contiguous wheel slip limitation system and the brake-based torque vectoring system on the front axles.
This variant of the 2 Series Gran Coupe can be had in one non-metallic paint option - Alpine White - and three metallic options - Black Sapphire, Melbourne Red and Storm Bay. There are two interior upholstery choices - Sensatec Oyster Black and Sensatec Black.
BMW has also confirmed the launch of the Black Shadow limited edition model with the petrol option. Like the sold-out diesel version, this too will be an online-exclusive. The BMW 2 Series competes with the Mercedes-Benz A-Class.
Starts Rs 37.9 Lakhs
Starts Rs 39.9 Lakhs
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