2025 BMW 2-Series Coupe Starts at $40,375

2025 bmw 2 series coupe
2025 BMW 2 Series Coupe Starts at $40,375BMW
  • For 2025 BMW is giving its 2-Series coupe some minor interior and exterior enhancements.

  • The refreshed coupe will start at $40,375, up from the 2024’s $39,795 base price.

  • The 2025 BMW 2-Series Coupe hits the assembly line in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, this August.

The beloved BMW 2-Series Coupe is getting some minor updates for 2025. Like the 3-Series, the smaller 2-Series is adding the BMW 8.5 Operating System, some new paint finishes, and interior upgrades. BMW is also adding a new M Sport Professional Package to the option sheet.

Powertrains are carried over for both the 230i and 240i models. That means the base, 230i coupes will still feature a turbocharged I4 that sends 255 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque through an eight-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels, or through an all-wheel-drive system. The 2025 240i keeps the same driveline, but swaps in a turbocharged I6 that makes 382 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque.

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2025 BMW 2-Series Coupe interior.BMW

While the basic shell is carried over for ’25, there are some new finishes available. Vegas red metallic and skyscraper grey metallic join the list of glossy finishes, with frozen pure grey metallic and frozen Portimao blue II joining the matte options. There’s also a new 19-inch wheel available.


If you want to add a little bit of extra flair, the BMW M Sport Professional package will black out some exterior features. The new package adds BMW’s Shadow Line lights, covers the rear spoiler in black, and adds extended Shadowline trim. Adding more than just style, this package also includes M Sport brakes.

Inside, the ’25 2-Series adds a new, standard two-spoke steering wheel to the mix. However, the M Sport package replaces that with a flat-bottomed wheel. Standard heated seats should make northern 2-Series owners happy in the fall and winter, too. Stuffed under the skin of the iDrive infotainment screen is the BMW Operating System 8.5. This system includes BMW maps as standard and promises easier usability.

The good news about this light overhaul is a similarly light price increase. For 2025, the BMW 230i will start at $40,375, which is up from the current $39,795. If you want xDrive, you can add $2,000 to the bottom line.

If you want a turbocharged I6, you’ll have to come up with at least $51,275, which is only $580 more than the current model. Again, for an extra $2,000 you can add AWD. Both versions of the ’25 2-Series are scheduled to hit the San Luis Potosí, Mexico, factory this August.

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