Including a world debut for two models and European unveiling of some we’ve already seen.
BMW has officially announced its participants in the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, which will open on March 6th. Although the company often saves its stellar debuts for its home turf in Frankfurt, it is planning some important events in Switzerland. The Geneva show marks BMW’s first presentation of its 2-Series Active Tourer, a small crossover/wagon with a BMW-first- and far from last- front-wheel drive system.
Geneva will also mark the first offline presentation of the M4 Gran Coupe, which shares its dimensions and many exterior design elements with the M4 Coupe. The company will also present Europe with several cars we've already seen, such as the 2-Series Coupe, the M3 Sedan and the M4 Coupe. The 2-Series, led by its speedy M235i variant with a 3.0-liter, 321 horsepower six-cylinder engine, is expected to draw a lot of attention at the show. Likewise, the production version of the i8 hybrid sports car is expected to be a major showstopper. BMW will also be showing its i3 electric vehicle, which is already on sale in Europe and expected in the US in May.