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In Pictures: A first look at the 2015 BMW 2 Series coupe

Fun to drive and also comfortable and quiet, the car will impress fans of the 1 Series M Coupe and its predecessor, the original BMW 2002. For our review, please click on the link below.

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The M235i Coupe will accelerate to 100km/h in 5 seconds (automatic, 4.8 seconds), with a top speed of 250 km/h.

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Although six different versions of the 2 Series are being manufactured, only two are slated for Canada, the 228i ($36,000) and the M235i ($45,000)

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The 2 Series coupe is amost 11 cm longer than its 1 Series predecessor.

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It is available with either an eight-speed automatic transmission and paddle shifters; a six-speed manual is standard.

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Parking assistant and rear view camera are available as an option.

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BMW says its coupes have a three-box body structure with a clear distinction between roofline and trunk.

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17-inch light-alloy wheels.

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Automatic climate control is standard, the iDrive system works in conjunction with BMW Professional radio or navigation system.

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The interior is larger than its predecessor, allowing for more headroom and rear seat legroom.

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The M235i features selectable driving modes – four in this case, ranging from the most eco-friendly to the most overtly aggressive.

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The automatic start/stop and an eco gauge help save fuel.

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The trunk has a capacity of 390 litres.

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The engine is a 3.0-litre turbocharged inline six-cylinder.

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BMW 2 Series Coupe design process: clay modelling.

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BMW 2 Series Coupe design process: clay modelling.

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