When the new 2019 BMW M2 Competition goes on sale this July, BMW of North America will offer to its customers at a base price of $58,900 (MSRP excludes destination & handling fee of $995), as we mentioned earlier today, a $4,400 increase over the 2018 M2 with the N55 engine.
The full pricing info, packages and options will be revealed this week, but before that, we got another scoop for you. BMW M2 Competition will be offered with an Executive Package, priced at
$850 $1200 – there was a mistake in the price communicated to us initially – (heated steering wheel, adaptive LED headlights, automatic high beams, wireless device charging, and speed limit monitor), while the M Drivers Package will sell for $2,500.
The optional M-Double Clutch Transmission with Drivelogic is priced at $2,900.
An optional moonroof can be fitted onto the M2 Competition for an additional $1,050, while the metallic paint colors start at the usual $550.
As previously mentioned, one of the biggest changes in the M2 Competition is the addition of the 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged inline-six engine from the M3/m4 which makes 410 hp (US horsepower 405 hp) and 406 lb-ft of torque. In standard form, the M2 Competition for the US market comes with a six-speed manual transmission and the beautiful M Sport seats.
According to BMW Germany, the BMW M2 Competition will get from 0-62 mph in 4.2 seconds with the rapid-shifting DCT. If you want to row your own gears, you’ll have to wait an extra two-tenths to get to sixty-two, as BMW claims a 4.4 second time. On the other hand, BMW USA rates the M2 Competition for the standard 0-60 sprint time at 4.0 seconds.
We’re hoping to find out more later this week about the ordering guide of the 2019 BMW M2 Competition, so stay tuned once again.