Someone always has to be first, which is bad news for a customer, as an all-new BMW M2 performance coupe has been involved in an accident on its way to a dealer in the US.
It’s the phone call that no one wants to receive.
Your newThe high-performance coupe is on the ground and transported to the dealer for a final pre-delivery check and is ready to have the 338kW/550Nm two-door machine in your hands very soon.
Until the dealer calls, that is.
This is the scenario facing one unfortunate M2 customer in the US, as their car will no longer arrive on time.
The brand new BMW M2 Brooklyn Gray was on its way to the dealership in Boston, Massachusetts when it was involved in a three-car head-to-head fender-bender crash.
According to reports on social media, a truck rear-ended the BMW M2, pushing it into a.
The images show significant damage to the rear of the car, but since the Toyota may look relatively unscathed, the damage to the front of the BMW is expected to be largely cosmetic, ensuring that the straight-six engine The 3.0-litre twin-turbo S58 can live to run another day.
The second generation BMW M2 ‘G87’ (in geek parlance) will arrive in Australian showrooms this month priced at $119,900 before options and on-road costs.