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After a long wait, the BMW M2 Competition arrived in the United States in 2018, with a shocking price tag. The M2 is the most affordable M model, but it's a fantastic automobile. It's also the first time it's been made available in India.
The N55B30 engine of the new M2 competition is replaced by a new power plant based on the BMW M3/M4 power unit. The turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six engine now delivers 410 horsepower. It comes with a dual-clutch automatic transmission, although it also comes with a manual transmission in other markets. The two-door can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
The BMW M2 Competition is an incredible combination of acceleration, balance, and accuracy. The incredible 410 hp six-cylinder petrol engine is borrowed from the M3 and fitted in this compact vehicle with a slight detune of power. The M2's ride comfort is on the stiff side of acceptable, but recent modifications to the competition spec, which is now the only available trim level, balance that with greater compliance. However, that doesn't compromise the car's handling abilities. While the BMW M2 Competition may not be the brand's fastest or most capable outright performer in terms of speed and ability, this energetic little coupe creates an exciting relationship with its pilot as a true ultimate driving machine.
The BMW M2 is powered by a 3.0 liter (2979 cc) inline six-cylinder with 410 hp and 550 Nm.
The M2 is offered only in petrol fuel type.
The engine on the M2 comes mated to a 7-speed DCT transmission.
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Launched way back in 2018, the M2 Competition by BMW is everything we love about M vehicles, but in a more manageable size. Although it is India's cheapest M Performance car, it has the same performance figures as the M4. Those who are ready to put up with the abuse on the street will be rewarded with absolute bliss on the track.
The next generation M2 is likely to be seen in 2022. The new M2 will come with more power and torque, as well as a sharper, sleeker look.
You can get the BMW M2 in 5 classy colors. Choose from Alpine orange, beach blue, black sapphire, sunset orange, and silver. The current variant available in India is the M2 competition. Also, you will get all — five colors in the competition variant.
Top features on the BMW M2 M differential, M steering, Dakota leather upholstery with contrast stitch wrapping the M sport seats, Harmon Kardon sound system, electrically adjustable memory, touch screen Infotainment system with BMW's i-drive.
Key safety features on the BMW Z4 include multiple airbags, ABS, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Dynamic Traction Control, Cornering Brake Control (CBC), parking camera with sensors.
The BMW M2 is available at a price range of Rs 85 lakhs (ex-showroom).
The M2 competition goes against the likes of Porsche 718 Cayman, Audi TT Jaguar F-Type V6 Coupe, and Mercedes-AMG CLA45.
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The M division has given the M2 an appropriately ferocious appearance. The designers have packed on a lot of muscle, as evidenced by the appearance of the fenders and haunches at the back. It has a lot of sporting appeal thanks to its broad hips, road-roller-like 265-section rear wheels, and transversely positioned exhaust cancan.
The Dakota Leather Upholstery, M Sport seats with red stitching, and all the other M bits like the M steering wheel, M Drive buttons, make the cabin feel very sporty.
The BMW M2 Competition impresses with its exceptional blend of acceleration, balance, and accuracy.
The DCT is incredibly sleek.
Stability in a straight line will bring a grin to your face. This small car has the same level of stability as a vehicle with 3 meters between the wheels.
Brakes are fantastic; the bite is excellent.
The interior lacks the panache of the M2's pricing, and the cabin does not seem remarkable.
Spare tire takes up boot space.
Rear seats are too cramped to be used on a long drive.
Doesn't get the shift-it-yourself gearbox in India.
Stiff ride quality: too harsh to be used as a daily driver.
This is an old recipe. Take a compact car, cram an oversized engine under the hood, stiffen the chassis, beef up the suspension, and slap on some massive tires, and you've got yourself something seriously fast. Also, if you do it right, it's seriously fun. This is what the BMW M2 is all about. Purists will consider the M2 competition as a right-sized BMW, while some may see it as a little BMW. This beefed-up coupe badass has a meaner mug and wider hips than the ordinary BMW 2-series, as well as a chassis optimized for attacking racetracks and a more powerful engine. The cabin, as with other BMW M vehicles, is driver-focused and looks nice, if not modern. Dakota leather upholstery with contrast stitching wraps the M Sport seats in the interior. The rear seats are quite functional, and the boots are also of a reasonable size. Overall, the M2 is a fantastic automobile, particularly because it is an absolute driver's car, but it is still a little too extreme for daily use.
The M2's snarling twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six engine is a darling, producing 410 horsepower. The hard-charging, high-revving twin-turbo straight-six eats straightaways faster than Kobayashi eats hot dogs. The M2 is wonderful on a twisting road. It has all of the fun of a rear-wheel-drive BMW, and the compact size makes it easy to take advantage of the power.
For enthusiast drivers, the M2 competition is perhaps BMW's most thrilling vehicle. The M2's wide bodywork, derived from the rear-wheel-drive 2-series coupe, hides a feisty M-tuned turbocharged inline-six, a highly interactive chassis, and laser-precise steering, among other go-fast requirements. The M2 even has a functional aspect to it. It's a plus two, so you can travel four up for short distances, there's a decent-sized boot (although with a large tire in it), and you can even use it every day if it's your only car. You can't truly be chauffeured in it, at least not in the traditional sense, and it won't be as comfy over bumps as a 530d, but if you only need one car for everything and want something more thrilling than a staid SUV or a luxury sedan, this explosive package could be it.
Body Type Coupe
Fuel Type Petrol
ARAI Mileage 10.63 kmpl
Seating Capacity 4