BMW is introducing an M235i Track Edition in The Netherlands where it will be available in only 12 examples. Those who can’t wait any longer for the fully fledged M2 can settle for the next best thing which comes with the complete M Performance body kit. It includes among others side skirts, new trunk lid spoiler, a prominent splitter and a rear diffuser. The car rides on a set of lightweight 19-inch alloy wheels while on the inside it gets leather-wrapped sports seats, an Alcantara-covered steering wheel (with race display) as well as stainless steel pedals.

BMW M235i Track Edition
BMW M235i Track Edition

The BMW M235i Track Edition doesn’t come with any mechanical upgrades which means it has the same 6-cylinder 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo engine that develops 326 PS and a maximum torque of 450 Nm. Output is channeled to the wheels with help from an 8-speed Steptronic transmission that enables the high-performance coupe to run the 0-100 km/h sprint in 4.8 seconds before topping out at 250 km/h.
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There’s no word just yet about its price tag, but rest assure the BMW M235i Track Edition is a tad more expensive than the regular M235i model while still keeping a distance from the upcoming M2 set to debut before the end of this year.

Source: BMW

BMW Netherlands has announced a Track Edition of the M235i Coupe described as being “sporty” and “exclusive”. The model can be distinguished by its M Performance body kit encompassing a front splitter, updated side skirts as well as a rear diffuser. It also comes with a spoiler mounted on the trunk, black front grille, 19-inch alloy wheels and a sport exhaust system made from stainless steel. On the inside it has been fitted with a sport steering wheel wrapped around in Alcantara and featuring a race display, along with aluminum pedals and a handbrake lever covered in leather and Alcantara.

BMW M235i Track Edition-1

The BMW M235i Track Edition is motivated by a 6-cylinder 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo engine delivering 326 PS (240 kW) and 322 lb-ft (450 Nm) of torque sent to the wheels through an 8-speed automatic gearbox that allows the hot coupe hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.8 seconds before reaching an electronically-capped maximum speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).

BMW says they will make only 12 cars and each will carry a starting price of 83,000 euros.

Source: BMW