BMW’s 2-Series sales rose 54 percent in the US during the first six months of 2024, and though the automaker doesn’t break out the figures into four-door Gran Coupe and two-door Coupe, it’s safe to assume that the sedan version is still doing a great job of pulling in a crowd even though this second-generation model is waiting in the wings.
Like its cousin, the new European-market 1-Series hatch that was revealed last month, the 2025 Gran Coupe is a heavily-updated version of today’s GC and rides on the same transverse-engined platform – one it also shares with the X1 and Mini.

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