BMW M2 CS carbon coupe adapted for racingNovember 5, 2019
BMW has published a teaser for the M2 CS Racing. A racing coupe with composite parts will replace the M240i Racing and will be used for club races and professional marathons like the “24 Hours of Nurburgring”.
No details about the new product yet. In the picture you can see that the M2 CS Racing differs from the M240i Racing in the design of the front bumper and radiator grille. Under the hood of the coupe, they will probably install a 3.0 turbo six, which will produce 450 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque in a civilian car. For comparison, the engine recoil on the M240i Racing is 340 forces.
The racing version of the BMW M2 CS will undoubtedly be lighter than the civilian. This was achieved due to the refusal to finish the interior, parts of equipment, the installation of carbon seats and carbon fiber body panels and body kit elements. Of course, the coupe will also receive a modified exhaust and safety cage.
Judging by spy shots, the BMW M2 CS road coupe is distinguished by carbon-ceramic brakes with golden calipers, an original diffuser and spoilers. The cult M-sries series will be located at the top of the 2 Series, with the M2 CS becoming the fastest two with access to public roads.
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