BMW has offered the very first high-resolution wallpapers of the new BMW M2.
Showcasing the Long Beach Blue color, the M2 shows up in these lovely images in its natural environment – – on the race course. Some of the photos also show the iconic 2002 Turbo and the fans’ preferred E30 M3 joining the M2 for an image session. According to BMW, the M2 playings around Nurburgring in 7:58 minutes, 7 seconds quicker than the V8 E92 M3. The BMW 1M ran the Nurburgring in 8:12 seconds, while the M3 CSL ran the very same lap in 7:50 seconds. The standard BMW M4 Coupe recorded a lap time of 7:52 minutes.
The M2 has actually returned to fundamentals, but has included a modern-day twist. It utilizes a brand-new six-cylinder in-line engine, with M TwinPower Turbo innovation and three-liter displacement, develops 272 kW/370 hp with peak torque of 465 Nm/ 343 lb-ft. Peak torque of 465 Nm (343 lb-ft) can be enhanced to as much as 500 Nm (369 lb-ft) simply put bursts under overboost.
All that tech and power enables the M2, with the optional M Double Clutch Transmission (M DCT) in place and Introduce Control turned on, to run from rest to 100 km/h (62 miles per hour) in 4.3 seconds (4.5 s with the six-speed manual gearbox). The leading speed of the new BMW M2 is digitally restricted to 250 km/h (155 mph). If the M Driver’s Bundle– which includes a BMW Driving Experience voucher for a track training course– is defined, this cut-off point does not show up until 270 km/h (168 mph).
BMW will sell the M2 in Germany for 56,700 Euros, beginning April 2016. The united state pricing will be revealed in the next weeks.
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