Offered is an M aero kit, M Sport suspension (10 mm lower ride height), high-gloss Shadow Line window trim, gloss black grille and 17- or 18-inch M alloys. Inside, there’s an M leather steering wheel, sports seats, anthracite headlining and M-badged kickplates.
The Mercedes B-Class competitor, which debuted only recently in Geneva, is BMW’s first mass-produced front-wheel driver. The five-seater (for now) will be initially offered in 225i, 218i and 218d forms, with 220i, 220d, 216d and xDrive versions to join later. Learn more about the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer here.