It was toward the end of last year when BMW originally presented the restricted run Black Shadow Edition on the 2 Series Gran Coupe in India. Nonetheless, it was just made accessible on the diesel variant in 220d M Sport pretense. Presently, BMW has dispatched the 220i Black Shadow Edition at Rs 43.50 lakh (ex-display area, India), carrying the Black Shadow treatment to the 2 Series Gran Coupe’s petroleum variant. Like the diesel, the petroleum BMW 220i Black Shadow Edition is likewise restricted to only 24 units and will be accessible exclusively through BMW’s internet based retail stage.
Remarking on the dispatch of the new restricted release model, Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said, “The restricted version of the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe takes forward the festivals this bubbly season. The effective ‘Dark Shadow’ release currently settles the score more powerful in its petroleum symbol. Planned with a reasonable spotlight on elements, it is custom fitted to suit the prerequisites of motorsport aficionados. Further, BMW ‘M’ Performance parts offer a great athletic edge which upgrades the lively person in all viewpoints. The BMW 220i ‘Dark Shadow’ release is an astonishing open door for our clients to enter the universe of delight with style and execution.”
Outstanding changes within incorporate increases like recently planned game seats with electrical memory work, two-zone environment control with carbon microfilter, and surrounding lighting with six dimmable plans. The Coupe keeps on being presented with other inside features like a 12.3-inch advanced instrument group, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment framework with Apple CarPlay and remote helper, remote charging, back view camera with turning around help, and frameless entryways.
The motor in the engine of the 220i Black Shadow Edition stays unaltered from the standard 220i M Sport model. That implies it keeps on being controlled by a 2.0-liter, four-chamber turbocharged motor delivering 190hp and 280Nm of force, and it comes mated to a 7 speed double grasp programmed transmission that drives the front wheels. There are three drive modes on offer – Eco Pro, Comfort and Sport – and BMW claims it can run from 0-100kph in 7.1sec.