One of the main complaints about the new BMW M2 is its color palette. There are admittedly two decent colors—Zandvoort Blue and Toronto Red—but that’s it and it’s pretty disappointing for an M car. The M Division always offered great colors, from pale yellows to metallic purples, so to see the M2 with such a limited color palette is sad. However, according to the BMW M2’s project manager Markus Schröder, new colors are coming in the future.
Unapologetic. Make your entrance in the M2 Coupe. Stand out more than ever with vibrant color options, including Zandvoort Blue, Toronto Red Metallic, and Brooklyn Grey Metallic. Unsurpassable.
The second generation of the BMW M2 excites and delights with the skillset of a classical high-performance sports car – reproduced in highly concentrated form, with fresh intensity and cutting-edge technology. The new M2 encapsulates the pure joy of driving; its compact dimensions, a six-cylinder in-line engine, a manual gearbox, rear-wheel drive and an advanced control/operating concept – allowing the driver to adjust the vehicle setup as desired – are all central to its appeal. At the heart of the vehicle concept are fleet-footed agility on demand and handling that remains easily controllable even as the driver explores the coupé’s limits. The distinct character profile of the new BMW M2 is reflected in a visually powerful design that makes no secret of the car’s comfortably segment-leading power, even before it turns a wheel.
FQA: What colors will the new BMW M2 come in?
What colors are the BMW M2 2025?
The colors are: Mineral Red, Portimao Blue, and Sao Paulo Yellow, Skyscraper Gray. The M2 configurator offers just five colors at the moment before needing to hit the BMW Individual menu with matte hues Frozen Pure Grey and Frozen Portimao Blue.
What colors are the BMW M2 2023?
We’re talking about Alpine White, Sapphire Black, M Toronto Red, M Brooklyn Grey, and the Zandvoort Blue you can’t currently have on any other model. For even more variety, some cars had black wheels while others were fitted with two-tone alloys.
Does the new BMW change Colour?
At CES a year ago, BMW’s iX Flow concept was billed as “the world’s first color-changing car.” At the time, the special version of the iX electric crossover could shift its various panels between white, black, and gray. Now, for 2023, meet the upgrade: actual colors.