The latest and hottest BMW release of the year is the limited edition BMW M2 CS. The standard M2 Competition is already seriously aggressive looking, with its swollen fenders, big wheels and large front air intakes. So the M2 CS’ job was to take an already angry looking car and crank things up to eleven.

The car is be a more aggressive with a subtle carbon-fiber lip spoiler on the bootlid, a carbon-fiber diffuser, a carbon splitter, and a vented bonnet.

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On the inside, the BMW M2 CS does have a bit more of a special feeling than the M Competition, thanks to all of its Alcantara and the CS-specific center console (which lacks a cubby space).

A set of new 19-inch gold wheels are paired with Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires and M Sport brakes. Though, if customers prefer a less aggressive tire setup, which is a bit more usable on the road, Michelin Pilot Super Sports are available.

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Also, the M2 CS is a bit lighter than the standard M2 since and it has received some suspension tweaks to increase sharpness as well as feedback and it’s also received more power.

The seats are coming straight from the BMW M4 Competition and feature red stitching. The back seats cannot be folded.

But let’s get to what you really want to know — power. Under the hood lies a modified version of the same S55 engine that powers the M2 Competition. In fact, it’s actually a similar variant of that engine that powered the M4 Competition Package. That means it’s a 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged I6 engine with 450 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque. According to BMW, the M2 CS can get fro 0-60 mph in 4.0 seconds flat with the optional seven-speed DCT and 4.2 seconds with a six-speed manual.

Photo Comparison: BMW M2 CS vs M2 Competition

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