BMW M was kind enough to include the 1 Series hatchback and 2 Series Gran Coupe in its 50th anniversary celebration. While they aren’t precisely 50 Jahre versions, like the BMW M3 and M4 50 Jahre, they do come with 50 Jahre badges and several rare colors as part of the Edition ColorVision package.
The Edition ColorVision package is not limited to M Performance models of the 1 and 2 Series, but it is only available with the M Sport package. This includes M Sport bumpers and front air intakes, sportier wheels, and high-gloss shadowline trim on both vehicles. Because they are M Sport versions, they also include adaptable sport suspension and a 10mm decrease in ride height. Despite not being M vehicles, they, like the M3 Jahre and M4 CSL, get BMW’s new 50 Jahre badges to honor the M Division’s 50th anniversary.
All BMW 1 Series and 2 Series Edition Colorvision vehicles will also have the choice of BMW Individual color finishes, 50 of which are unique M hues from the past. For example, you may choose a trendy color, such as Frozen Grey Metallic, or a traditional M Division hue, such as Dakar Yellow and Daytona Violet. Inside, there are two bi-color Dakota leather options: Black/Magma Red and Black/White. Both have embroidered “Edition” logos, sport seats with fixed headrests, and floor mats with unique piping.
If you want a 1 Series or 2 Series with the new Edition ColorVision package, you may choose any engine, from the most basic diesel to the top-tier M Performance model. While the ColorVision package is mainly cosmetic, it does include features that conventional automobiles do not, therefore it will undoubtedly boost the enjoyment of owning such vehicles over time. Plus, it’s simply wonderful to have a 1 Series hatchback in a unique M color.