BMW Adu Dhabi Motors returns with a new exciting, this time, the subject of their extreme tuning process is the BMW M2 Competition. Using nearly the entire M Performance Catalog, the folks in Abu Dhabi give the M2 Competition a racing-inspired look. The white livery is therefore not only combined with many accents in visible carbon fiber, but also with a striking decorative wrap in the colors of BMW Motorsport.

While the wrap only serves as a visual effect, the carbon fiber components actually improve the performance of the M2 Competition. The newly developed M Performance bonnet made of carbon fiber with partially visible varnished carbon fiber is not only a real eye catcher; this is also the first time the BMW M2 Competition boasts a powerdome.

This engine hood reduces the load on the front axle by approximately nine kilograms, too. Truly stunning looks are achieved in combination with the M Performance vehicle roof in carbon fiber, which is also made of visible varnished carbon fiber (approx. 5 kg weight saving) and the M Performance tailgate in carbon fiber (approx. 6 kg weight saving).

For increased contact pressure and therefore more stability at higher speeds, the M2 Competition features several aerodynamic attachments. Front splits, aero-winglets on the front and on the side skirts and a large rear wing reduce lift on the front and rear axle, enhancing the driving dynamics, especially in fast corners.

TEST DRIVE: BMW M2 Competition -A Step Closer To Perfection

Inside, you’re getting the M Performance Steering Wheel, M Performance pedal covers in stainless steel, while the gear selector switch, double-clutch transmission and hand brake handle are covered in the carbon fiber.

The new 19 inch M Performance forged wheel Y-spoke style 763 M come with a reduced weight of 3.2 kilograms compared to the standard 19 inch wheel.

Here is a photo gallery of the car: