BaseThe standard equipment of the base version includes:
- Radio with a hands-free telephone facility and Bluetooth interface,
- BMW iDrive control system with controller on the center console,
- 6.5-inch Control Display,
- rain sensor,
- automatic headlight activation,
- sports leather steering wheel,
- Intelligent Emergency Call system,
- Collision Warning with City Braking function.
Sport Line, Advantage Line and Luxury line versions all get the following additional equipment as standard:
- two-zone automatic climate control,
- Park Distance Control at the rear,
- front fog lamps,
- cruise control with braking function,
- multifunction steering wheel.
The Sport Line gets the following specific equipment as standard:
- Special alloy wheels,
- sports seats,
- high-gloss black kidney grille bars,
- model-specific air intakes,
- accent strip on the rear apron,
- exhaust tailpipe in an electroplated black chrome finish.
The Luxury Line gets the following specific equipment as standard:
- Chrome applications for the exterior,
- leather trim,
- heated front seats.
The M Sport (from end 2014) gets the following specific additional equipment as standard:
- M aerodynamics package,
- High-gloss Shadow Line trim,
- M Sport suspension,
- 17 or 18-inch M light-alloy wheels,
- M leather steering wheel,
- sports seats with bespoke upholstery.
With the arrival of the M Sport at the end of the year, other BMW 2 Series Active Tourer variants will be launched with the intelligent all-wheel-drive system xDrive.
ConnectedDriveThe 2 Series Active Tourer is also available with various assistance systems and infotainment options designated by the carmaker as the BMW ConnectedDrive. These options propose:
- The Traffic Jam Assistant, which uses a camera to let the car “go with the flow” in dense traffic at speeds of up to 60 km/h (37 mph). It maintains the desired distance from the vehicle ahead and controls the car’s speed all the way to a standstill while providing active steering input, helping the driver to stay in lane as long as he / she keeps at least one hand on the steering wheel.
- The BMW ConnectedDrive Services & Apps bring smartphone applications into the vehicle and allow features like the Concierge Service or Real Time Traffic Information to be added. These can also be ordered at a later date.
- The Head-Up Display, which projects relevant driving information into the driver’s field of vision in full color. Instead of being displayed on the windscreen itself, the information is shown on a screen that extends out between the steering wheel and windscreen.