Saturday, July 2, 2022

BMW gives M Pure lineup a boost

THERE are four new performance focused M Pure variants on their way, after BMW Australia added the M340i xDrive Pure, X2 M35i Pure, X5 M50i Pure and X6 M50i Pure to its local model range.

BMW M Pure models retain the same power train as the model on which they are based but include a revised level of specification, allowing buyers to access a high level of performance at a lower price point.

The new offerings join the M550i xDrive Pure model, which was announced late last year and will also be available from early this year.

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The M340i xDrive Pure starts at $94,900 plus on-roads and will gain 19-inch double spoke style M light alloy wheels in Cerium Grey, M sport brakes, M sport differential, comfort access, adaptive LED headlights, and the driving assistant professional package.

Parking assistant plus, wireless smartphone charging, head-up display, BMW individual’s anthracite headliner, and Alcantara sports seats are also included. The 2020 X2 M35i Pure will feature 20-inch double spoke M light alloy wheels.

These are offered in Cerium Grey and feature run-flat tyres, while there’s also M sport brakes, an M sport differential with front LSD, M suspension, an automatic tailgate, head-up display, and BMW individual’s high-gloss shadow line package.

Priced from $64,400 plus on-roads, the X2 edition of the new range also gets M sport seats an an anthracite headliner.

The X5 M50i Pure (starting at $136,900 plus on-roads) and the X6 M50i Pure (starting at $140,900 plus on-roads) will both sport 22-inch V-spoke M light alloy wheels in Cerium Grey with run-flat tyres.

In addition, they score M sport brakes, an M sport differential, an M sport exhaust system, M sport steering, adaptive M suspension, comfort access, ambient lighting, front seat heating, and electric seat adjustment with memory function.

Driving assistant professional, parking assistant plus, adaptive LED headlights, BMW live cockpit professional, BMW individual high-gloss shadow line package, a panorama glass sunroof and wireless smartphone charging are also included.

BMW M models have proven highly popular in Australia, with 40 per cent sales growth in 2019. In addition, BMW M on a global scale took the leading position among competitors in the high performance segment in 2019 with 135,829 BMW M vehicles sold worldwide.

This year will see the BMW M brand undergo further expansion and enhancement with the local arrival of the M8 Competition Coupé, M8 Competition Gran Coupé, X5 M Competition, X6 M Competition and M2 CS.

For more information, contact your local BMW dealer.

Mick Glenn
Mick Glenn
Mick is a car fanatic, with petrol pumping through his veins. With a deep love for cars, and what makes them tick, Mick likes things that go fast, very fast. But he also appreciates a Sunday cruise in the Rolls...... who are we kidding, he'd drive the wheels off that too.


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