2016 BMW M2 Coupe
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The BMW M2 European delivery and tour is an over the top experience

When the Canadians buy the new BMW M2 they know how to do it right. What is the 2016 BMW M European delivery and tour?

The Canadians will do it right when they buy the new 2016 BMW M2 Coupe next year. It’s called the 2016 BMW M European delivery and tour and it will be a 1000 plus km journey after they pick up the new sports cars from the BMW Welt in Germany. They will then drive their new M2’s through 6 European countries in 7 days. The Canadians do this every year when they buy their M vehicles and it’s an over the top experience.

The 2016 BMW M European delivery and tour experience starts with a BMW plant tour in Munich, and then on to the BMW driving experience where they learn how to drive an M2 test car while drifting and handling the performance cars on a controlled course in dry and wet conditions. Next up, the delivery experience is like no other as the new BMW M2 and M4 GTS owners will get a thorough introduction to their new cars at the BMW Welt.

The highlight of the day for these Canadian customers will be when they are presented their new BMW M2s. After a personalized one-and-a-half hour vehicle briefing from a specialist, each Canadian customer will then receive the keys to their new 2016 BMW M2 and will be able to drive their performance car for the first time in the BMW Welt delivery area.

On the road, they will make their first stop at the Interalpen Hotel in Austria. They travel through the Swiss Alps and on to the coast in Italy. This is followed up with a drive through France and finishing up in Monte Carlo in Monaco. At the end of the trip, each new 2016 BMW M2 Coupe will be loaded up and shipped back to its owner in Canada. The 2016 BMW M European delivery and tour takes the delivery process to another level. One Canadian from last year’s trip says, “Its an awesome experience, it was really cool.”, and another owner says, “This was pretty well over the top.”

Source: BMW Canada

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Can you be certain about the Canadian Canadians REALLY being Canadians?