Spy videos shows BMW M2 with full production bumper

BMW M2, Videos | August 9th, 2015 by 10
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This latest spy video unveils the full design of the BMW M2 front bumper. The new footage from Germany reveals the sculpted and aggressive front-end, …

This latest spy video unveils the full design of the BMW M2 front bumper. The new footage from Germany reveals the sculpted and aggressive front-end, including the large air intakes and the air breathers. The video also reveals that the fuel tank cover is round and not square like on the M235i and the 19 inch wheels are nearly identical with the ones found on the M4 Coupe.

Official ordering guides give the customers an option of four colors: Alpine White, Black Sapphire and Mineral Grey colors, three out of four colors planned at launch timeLong Beach Blue is the other one.

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The M2 uses an updated N55 engine with 365 hp and 343 lb-ft of torque with 25 lb-ft of torque available as overboost. While the updated N55 is based on the same engine found in the M235i, our source says it will have some components from the new S55 unit. Yet the engine code will still be labeled as N55. The engine will feature an overboost function just like the 1M, good for 25 lb-ft of torque.

The unveil won’t take place at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show in September, but the M2 is still likely to be unveiled online in the next few weeks.

Here is the options list used currently by German dealerships:

 

B39 Mineralgrau (one of the 4 colors )
LCNL Leather Dakota Schwarz with blue stitching
2MK M DKG Drivelogic – Manual 6 gear transmission is standard
420 Black tinted rear windows
459 Power seats incl. Memory function (Standard)
494 Heated front seats (standard)
5AC High Beam Assist
524 Adaptive Headlights
609 Navigation System Pro ( Standard)
674 Harman-Kardon sound system
7UU Warranty Extension to 5 years

Only 19″ wheels in black
Navi Pro is standard
Power heated seats is an option
Carbon inserts is standard
Rear camera as an option
Parking sensor in the rear is standard, no option for the front
Haman Kardon is an option
Adaptive headlights is an option
Rear tinted windows is an option
Two different telephone system are an option
Shadow line in black is standard

10 responses to “Spy videos shows BMW M2 with full production bumper”

  1. jason bourne says:

    The whole air intake/scoops seems to be getting out of hand… It’s more about show than go, isn’t it?

    How many buyers really track their cars for it to make any difference?

    • Icebreakerr says:

      people want it to be aggressive so BMW M is giving them what they want. i wanted it to look aggressive its an M car. not a 220i.

      • Daniel Jakob says:

        Look at previous M3s, best example is the E36… not massively different to the standard car, just a little different to distinguish it and looks slightly more aggressive. Still subtle which is part of BMW. New ones are getting less subtle (quad exhausts on a six cylinder, really?). That said, I’d 100% have an M2 or a 235i!

  2. Box860 says:

    It’s a trend. All the major manufacturers are doing it. I don’t mind how BMW has incorporated larger intakes, even on the M2. But take a look at the redesigned Lexus facia. That’s over the top. Heck, the 2015 Camry looks ridiculous: http://media.caranddriver.com/images/14q2/584477/2015-toyota-camry-photos-and-info-news-car-and-driver-photo-589215-s-429×262.jpg. A family sedan dressed as a performance car?

  3. Max says:

    The M2 will look as aggressive as it should be. Look at the RS5 compared to the M4, its ridculous. Who buys a car with that performance almost looking like a standard car?! M is doing a great job and they should keep on doing that.

    • Senne says:

      Indeed ! :D

    • Daniel Jakob says:

      Look at previous M3s, best example is the E36… not massively different
      to the standard car, just a little different to distinguish it and
      looks slightly more aggressive. Still subtle which is part of BMW. New
      ones are getting less subtle (quad exhausts on a six cylinder, really?).

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