BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

The first-ever BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer is proof that compact dimensions, functionality and variability can be combined perfectly with a dynamic design. Be it sporting activities, driving holidays or for day-to-day use, this vehicle is always raring to go – with all the dynamics you expect of a BMW.

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Exterior Design
The proportions of the first-ever BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer indicate the versatility of the vehicle as soon as you set eyes on it. When viewed from the front, it appears to be sportily low-slung. The wide kidney grille forms the optical focal point and is lower than the headlights, which creates a dynamic look that is unique in this vehicle segment. In profile, the high roof line, large doors and upright Hofmeister kink provide an impression of just how roomy the interior is. At the same time, the vehicle is optically elongated by precise contours and extended windows. The rear also gives a hint of the spacious interior. The horizontal alignment of the contours and surfaces and the elongated lights that are set wide apart emphasise the vehicle broad stance.
Interior Design
If you want to discover the big wide world with the first-ever BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer, all you have to do is get into the vehicle. Because free space is at a premium in the interior. The large windscreen and optional panorama glass roof help to create an open, light-filled atmosphere, which can be further intensified by the optional lighting package. Optional upholsteries in perforated leather as well as striking stitching on the seats, instrument panel and centre console guarantee a premium look and feel. The driver and front-seat passenger enjoy an elevated seating position, which, together with the additional quarter window, ensures a better overview in all directions. Another option is the BMW Head-Up Display, which projects all important driving information directly into the driver’s line of vision. At the rear, the interior is characterised by its versatility. The seat bench can be divided in a 60:40 ratio lengthways. In addition, the rear seat backrests can be folded down in a 40:20:40 split. And then there’s the optional third row of seats that provides room for two additional passengers.
Flexibility in the cockpit

In the front of the first-ever BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer, the spacious design highlights the functional character of the vehicle. But it’s not just about optical impressions: Adjustable seats and a wealth of storage possibilities guarantee unbeatable flexibility, too.

Comfort & versatility

Whether it’s for friends, family or luggage – the first-ever BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer offers outstanding flexibility right down the line. From the versatile cockpit to the adaptable rear seats and then on to the spacious luggage compartment, which can be fitted with an optional third row of seats for two extra passengers – there’s always enough room for everybody and everything.

19.2 Km/L
The next level of driving pleasure and efficiency has been reached, as demonstrated by the innovative 3-cylinder petrol engine in the BMW 218i Gran Tourer. With turbocharging, High Precision Injection and variable valve control including Double-VANOS, it shares the same DNA as the multi-award-winning BMW TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder petrol engine. Its awe-inspiring sound also makes the BMW even more enjoyable to drive. All figures were determined in accordance with the EU test cycle and depend on the selected tyre format.