The first ever BMW 2 series commercial

by Member - FCBayern///M4 on March 8, 2014, 11:05 am
The BMW 2 Series Coupe raises the bar in the premium sub-compact segment in terms of dynamic ability, aesthetic appeal and emotional allure; a distinctive vehicle concept unique in its segment, with a two-door body in classic three-box design typical of BMW Coupes, four seats, rear-wheel drive and a pair of engines and chassis set-up focused squarely on sporting ability.

This is not the first time that BMW has treated the sub-compact segment to its customary brand of driving pleasure. The tradition took hold in the US 45 years ago with the introduction of the vaunted BMW 2002. The BMW 1 Series Coupe has fulfilled this role since 2008, its standout position among its rivals rooted most prominently in its rear-wheel-drive concept (still a unique proposition in this class), powerful engines with BMW TwinPower Turbo technology and a compelling premium character. The BMW 2 Series Coupe now takes the levels of driving pleasure in a sub-compact coupe to even greater heights. The new two-door cuts a impressive figure with its distinctive body design, a choice of two powerful engines and specially configured chassis technology.

What a cool "werbung!"


"...and that's the bottom line!"

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3 responses to The first ever BMW 2 series commercial

av98 commented:
March 8, 2014, 11:32 am

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nlk10010 commented:
March 17, 2014, 7:09 pm

Man, does that bring back memories. My first ever car was a 1971 BMW 2002 in Riviera Blue. I wanted Colorado Orange (like the car in the commercial) but the dealer (in Woodside, NY, forgot the name) didn't have one in stock. I remember I couldn't drive it home because I didn't have my license, my father did and he was just beaming from ear to ear as he drove down Queens Blvd.
FCBayern///M4 commented:
March 18, 2014, 11:31 pm

Somebody edited my OP. Good Info, but I find it odd.

...and that's the bottom line