Following quite a while of asking, BMW fans are at long last getting the subsequent meet-up the 1M Coupe, one of the German organization’s greatest cars of all time.
The new BMW M2 will now be the entry model into BMW’s M performance range, opening in beneath the M4 to end up their littlest M car.
Under the bonnet is a turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six motor, capable of producing 272kW of power 465Nm of torque, with an overboost capacity that briefly lifts that figure to 500Nm.
In comparison, the current 2 series performance hero, the M235i offers 240kW of power and 450Nm of torque, while its M4 enormous sibling packs 317kW of power and 550Nm of torque.
The M2 comes in both manual and dual-clutch automatic transmission, with the 6-speed manual design hitting 0-100km/h in 4.5-seconds and the automatic in just 4.3-seconds thanks to launch control.
Weight astute, the car is a little porkier than was trusted, hitting the scales at 1495kg for the manual and 1570kg for the programmed.
Beside the bonkers engine, the auto has gotten a large number of different updates, both all around. In the first place, there are huge wheel arches at both finishes to oblige more wider tyres and a more aggressive look. There are additionally new bumpers at the front and back, with a little spoiler at the back and four sparkly fumes tips.
BMW says it likewise has a ‘Dynamic M’ differential which when put in the right mode will permit the car to get loose for some “controlled drifts”. Thus, if you feel like burning tyres, there’s a “Smokey Burnout” capacity that will permit you to get those rear wheels spinning.
The M2 is launching early next year, with Australia anticipated that would be one of the first markets to get it. No pricing has been declared yet, however thinking of it as will be opening in the middle of the M235i and M4, expect that it will be around $100k.

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