Days after BMW revealed the new M2, images of the sports coupe’s official performance parts catalog surfaced online.
A range of performance parts for the next 2023BMW M2 have been leaked online, appearing shortly after the second-gen performance car was unveiled.
Revealed earlier this week, the second-generation M2 is BMW’s latest ‘baby’ M car, powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine gasoline engine, under development 338kW and 550Nm.
in a post on Instagram, user Wilco Blok (@wilcoblok) published a series of images showing the new BMW M2 fitted with an upcoming range of optional M Performance Parts, purportedly from BMW’s M division.
The front end of the BMW M2 appears to be fitted with a carbon fiber front splitter, with tall canards almost flush with the bumper edges, while the exterior air intakes feature diagonal rather than horizontal bar inserts.
Side profile pictures show more carbon fiber elements, including wheel arch attachments with horizontal strakes and an L-shaped panel tacked onto the side skirts.
The rear of the M2 has undergone the biggest changes, with a revised lower bumper housing four inverted-V-shaped exhaust tips, rather than the standard car’s two sets of dual tips.
Additional changes to the rear section of the BMW M2 include more black highlights around the fog lights, an aggressive rear spoiler, and a roof-mounted spoiler, positioned just above the rear window.
The visual enhancements of the BMW M2 are completed by black side mirrors and unique 10-spoke wheels.
As previously reported, the 2023 BMW M2 will arrive in Australia early next year. priced at $119,900 plus roadside costs.
The second-generation BMW M2 is $17,000 more expensive than the outgoing M2 Competition model in manual form, and offers a power boost of 36kW.
a well known BimmerPost Forum member, known by his username ‘ynguldyn’, claims the new BMW M2 will spawn a racing variant, although the more powerful, performance-focused grade won’t be unveiled until August 2024.
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