Chicago-based IND Distribution brings us new photos of their BMW M2 project which was unveiled earlier this year. This Mineral Grey BMW M2 features a selection of aftermarket tuning parts that make this BMW M2 one of the most appealing projects seen to date.
The M2 first received an RKP carbon fiber roof panel which lowers the weight of the vehicle and it also gives the M2 a much lower center of gravity. Next in line from RKP was the new carbon GP upper lip and lower splitter – both inspired by the BMW M2 MotoGP series Safety Car.
Following these parts, a set of 3D Design Japan’s carbon side skirts joined the 3D Design Japan carbon diffuser, completing the first round of carbon accessories.
Since carbon fiber was becoming a seemingly focal point for the build, the addition of a full carbon fiber hood from Motorsport24, made for a perfect addition. These parts add a few interesting design touches – the power dome on the hood, for example – nicely mirrors the channels molded into the RKP roof, providing a much more assertive appearance over stock.
In the rear end of the M2, a BMW M235R racing trunk lid accommodates the RKP M4 GTS trunk spoiler.
The final additions to this vehicle are the IND cosmetic touches, namely the front grille surrounds, a set of painted front reflectors, the painted hood, and trunk roundels, a set of painted side markers – in a Mineral Grey / Gloss black finish, and a set of BMW OE M2 brake calipers painted in an Arancio Borealis finish.
Here is a photo gallery of the build.