The BMW 2-Series is mainly known for its top of the line M235i, which made its way into the market with impressive design and quite astonishing driving capabilities. And now the sports car is available in the convertible version in Australia, at just 85,800 AUD, which makes it 5,900 AUD more expensive than the M235i Coupe.
The BMW 2-Series M235i Convertible will abound with interesting features, especially since will it fit a lot of M performance parts, like the M aerodynamics package, the M Sport brakes, Adaptive M suspension, the 18-inch M alloy wheels and a few more.
Inside, the BMW M235i Convertible is also fully tweaked with a lot of high-end materials, like the M leather on the steering wheels, along with great gizmos, such as the Driving Experience Control, the auto start/stop system, rearview camera, seat heating, sat-nav, Bluetooth connectivity and a whole lot more.
Under the hood, the BMW M235i Convertible is packing the same 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder TwinPower Turbo engine, available in the coupe version, packing 326 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque, capable of sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.0 seconds, via an eight-speed automatic transmission.