We bring you live photos of the BMW M2 M Performance Parts from SEMA 2015. Unfortunately BMW has not brought out the M2 so the M Performance Parts were only in display. Not all the parts were available for us to see and some are still in a prototype phase.
BMW showcased their new M Performance steering wheel with Alcantara cover and an open-pore carbon fiber trim element. The steering wheel is similar to the one for the M4 – the only variation is the carbon fiber weave. This is still a prototype and some small details might change when it goes in production.
Another item displayed was the BMW M Performance gear selection lever complete with trim element for the M twin-clutch transmission in open-pore carbon fiber. The manual shift knob was available as well.
Inside, customer could order an M Performance Center Console which combines carbon fiber with Alcantara.
The exterior gets a series of upgrades, starting with the black gloss trim grilles with M specific twin trim bars for the front kidney grille elements, featuring trim ring surrounds which are likewise finished in black gloss. Black gloss trim bars are also available for the side M gill elements as well as BMW M Performance exterior mirror caps in carbon fiber.
Pedal covers in stainless steel round up the sporty interior.
The the front bumper will receive M Performance Winglets as well and the rear will get a carbon fiber rear spoiler. No word yet on the front splitter.
To increase the acoustics of the N55 engine, a stainless steel sports exhaust with flap system is also available for the new BMW M2 Coupe. The tailpipe trim elements are made of carbon fiber. The exhaust system was designed in-house by BMW.
An M Performance suspension aims to increase the car’s track capabilities even more. BMW says the full coilover suspension is 2-way adjustable – rebound and damping. The height can be adjustable as well – 5mm to – 25mm. BMW says the M4 GTS suspension is very similar to the one for M2 M Performance Parts.
Check out the gallery photo below and the first video of an Alpine White M2 with M Performance Parts.