Sportsman Sportman has been building custom sports car interiors for the past 15 years and has been in the business for over 10 years now.
It is the company behind the popular E92, the all-new sport sedan, which will make its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
The E92 will feature a sports-car styling package and will feature an interior that will be “more comfortable” than the current models, Sportsman said.
The new model will be available in three different trim levels, which are: the standard E92 model, the Sport Edition with a 5.2L engine and six-speed automatic transmission, the Sports Edition with six-speeds and a 6.0L engine, and the Sport Plus with a 7.0 L engine and a six-spoke, alloy wheel design.
Sportman also plans to launch the E92 Sport Edition on a platform called the Sport 2.0, which has been designed to be an alternative to the current E92 platform.
The Sport 2 is expected to be available starting at $90,000 for the base model, $110,000 and $120,000, and will be offered in four trim levels: Standard, Sport, Sports Plus, and Sports Edition.
Sport will be offering the E91 model with a 6L engine.
Sports will also offer the Sport 3.0 and Sport 3S models.
Sport also plans the launch of the Sport 4, which is expected in 2019.