The second model BMW lineup will be headed by the M2 with the G87 index, equipped with a three-liter biturbo engine from the X3 M and X4 M, as well as the future M3 and M4, whose power will exceed 420 horsepower to compete successfully with Mercedes-AMG A-class models. The coupe promises to accelerate to 100 kilometers per hour in about four seconds. The new M2 will go on sale in 2022, later it is planned to release an all-wheel drive M2 Gran Coupe. There is also a “charged” version of the first series on the agenda, which will be more powerful than the current M135i. It is likely that BMW will not call it M1 or 1M, as fans find these indexes too valuable for a front-wheel drive car.