This is also a much cheaper club to get into than the exclusive M2, and you can have them with xDrive for all-weather driving. And you can have other colors for the interior besides black with blue stitching (that’s how it is for the M2).
The facelift is ridiculously subtle, especially for the hatchback. This just goes to show you how little money BMW is making on these cars compared to something like a 3 Series. The most noticeable feature is the hexagonal effect of the 2 Series LED headlights.
The Mediterranean Blue, which is well-known from other series, is now also available for the BMW 2 Series Convertible and Coupe, the Sunset Orange paint, introduced with the 4 Series facelift, also complements the color palette. Completely new in the program of BMW colors is the Seaside Blue.
Four new light-alloy wheels also contribute to the fresh look, like the 18-inch wheels in the style 719 M Jet Black. The same design is also available in a bicolor variant, which is only partially black lacquered. For models with the Sport Line, the 725 style wheel is available in 17 inches. For the Luxury Line, the 17-inch double-spoked wheel style 724 is also available from the facelift.