30.3.2020 01:52 pm
Gran Coupe serves as Munich answer to the Mercedes-Benz CLA and will be offered in two petrol engine variants and one turbodiesel.
Its world debut having taken place just over five months ago, BMW has now revealed pricing details for the new 2 Series Gran Coupe.
Newcomer could carry the SVR moniker and retain the 6.5-litre normally aspirated V12 engine, albeit ramped-up to 610 kW.
Application of a four-cylinder would result in the engine being turned-up and therefore possibly stressed.
The AA has noted that the huge price drop is coming at a time when most South Africans won’t really be going anywhere anyway.
Manual transmissions and big capacity naturally aspirated engines still ruled the roost.
That 242 Nm of torque is on song between 1 500 rpm and 3 200 rpm so the Seltos experiences a strong forward thrust.
Apparent confirmation has allegedly proved to be nothing but a farce.
Pajero will ride on a brand-new body-on-frame platform incorporating a longer wheelbase and an unchanged overall length.
With a reported torque output of 700 Nm, the Sport D350 MHEV will allegedly get from 0-100 km/h in 6.5 seconds.
H-1 will switch to a front-wheel-drive platform and drop the 2.4-litre petrol and 2.5 CRDI engines.
Land Cruiser will be stripped of all of its luxuries “in favo(u)r of hardcore off roading”.
Quest still looks fresh and unlikely to attract comments such as “offensive” or “bland”.
The simply titled Lightweight Package removes the rear seats and some of the sound deadening materials.
Updated Hilux could make its official debut later this year, although an exact date remains unknown.