We've yet to hear something from official BMW sources, but the pricing and order guides for the 2015 model year 2-Series were leaked onto the web today with the big news being the addition of two all-wheel drive models and the Track Handling Package (for the 228i/xi) to the range of the Bavarian firm's small coupe.
All-wheel drive will cost you $1,800 over the price of the RWD editions, with the 240hp 228xi priced from $33,900 and the 320hp M235xi from $44,900, with both MSRPs excluding a $925 delivery and handling fee (*).
Pricing for the RWD 228i and M235i remains unchanged for the new model year at $32,100 and $43,100 (*) respectively.
The other news is the availability of a Track Package for the 228i and 228xi that costs $2,200 for the regular models and $1,600 when combined with the M Sport and Sport Line editions. The package is said to improve handling through the addition of a 10mm lowered M Adaptive Suspension, grippier Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires mounted on 18-inch light-alloy wheels, Variable Sport Steering, and bigger M Sport Brakes.
We've added the two lists below, so if you find anything else interesting, tell us in the comments.
By John Halas