The all-new BMW iM2 electric sedan is said to be part of BMW M’s 50th anniversary celebrations which will take place next year.
BMW M, the German brand’s performance division will be turning 50 next year. According to a media report, to celebrate this, BMW is said to be working on an all-new iM2 sedan, internally codenamed ‘Project Katharina’.
The all-new BMW iM2 is said to be based on the brand’s M2 CS model. This performance-oriented sedan has been electrified, featuring four electric motors offering some serious performance figures. The all-electric iM2 sedan is expected to be unveiled sometime in 2022.
The all-new BMW iM2, with its four electric motors, is said to have a combined power output of 1,341 BHP. The electric sedan is also said to be capable of sprinting from 0-100km/h in under 2.5 seconds. Reports also claim that the iM2 has already been around the famous Nurburgring Nordschleife, recording a lap time under seven minutes.
Most of the details have been kept under wraps, however. BMW yet to officially announce anything about the car.
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