18/25  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG (M2 Coupe)
4.2  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
4
Seats
13.8  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2020 BMW M Series?

What makes the BMW M Series automobiles so appealing is the low sales figure. Designed for the discriminating buyer who wants luxury, power, and durability in the right combination, these models are priced accordingly, and that means the proud owner has a distinguished vehicle that's set apart from other models in this class. The M Series is a line of six models ranging from coupe styles to sedans and convertibles, and all are overpowered, come with a generous list of standard features, and incorporate the latest in safety and security systems. The models haven't received an upgrade for 2020, but the 2019 models got some needed updates, particularly the M2 that introduced its new name, the Competition. This model got a restyled grille, upgraded brakes, better and more comfortable seats, and a new 405-horsepower engine.


2020 BMW M Series Interior

What Features are Available for 2020?

The M2 Competition comes with 19-inch wheels, LED headlights, leather upholstery, carbon-fiber interior trim, and heated sport front seats. A 12-speaker Harman Kardon stereo system, smartphone app integration, and an 8.8-inch central display screen are also included. The M4 Coupe is available as a convertible and comes with the same basic features as the M2. The M5 is a luxury sedan that boasts a sunroof, leather upholstery, and the Live Cockpit Professional system with a dynamic instrument cluster. The M8 Coupe is laced with luxurious amenities throughout the cabin, and it features an amazing central control panel with 2D driver info displays. The M8 Grand Coupe is an upgraded model and comes with even more luxurious interior trimmings. The M8 Convertible is the champion of all BMW convertible models and features premium leather seating and a powerful audio system.

2020 BMW M Series Powertrain Options

2020 BMW M SeriesThere's absolutely no lack of horsepower in the 2020 BMW M Series models. The M2 Competition comes with a turbocharged 3.0L straight-six engine that produces a total of 405 horsepower. Both manual and automatic transmissions are available. The M4 and M5 models have a more powerful version of this engine, and the M8 and M8 Grand Coupe deliver more than 600 horsepower. These models are available with a dual-clutch automatic transmission. The M Driver package increases the speed limiter to 174 mph and includes a one-day training session at a local BMW high-performance driving track. In short, these models are all about raw power and excellent handling on the roadway.

Packed with Safety Features

2020 BMW M SeriesBMW has a standard safety package that's included in all of the M Series models. Forward collision warning with mitigation, front and rear parking sensors and lane departure warning are standard. Few additional packages are available, and most of them don't add any driver aid. These models come with dual front airbags, rear seating area bags, remote locking and unlocking, stability and traction control, and a rearview camera. The driver info display has specific warning light icons for various driver aid technology, and these inform the driver of any problems with temperature, fuel mix, tire pressure, or fluid levels. The 2020 BMW models, including the M Series line of vehicles, have not been tested by the NHTSA, but the 2019 model safety record is extraordinary.


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