The tests show the final version of the new BMW M2 CSMay 25, 2019
A very “evil” Bavarian kid will get a huge amount of horsepower and lots of carbon fiber items. The choice will be offered a 6-speed “mechanics” and a 7-speed “automatic” with double clutch, which will be connected to the 3.0-liter turbocharged engine with a capacity of 444 hp (550 Nm).
After the information about the high-performance BMW M2 coupe leaked to the network in an even more powerful CS version, which was intended only for dealers of the company, was published yesterday, this car appeared in the news again. This time, foreign journalists were able to capture the test prototype of the car at the Nürburgring race track. In fact, these are the best images of the novelty today, since a serial body and optics are installed on this test car.
From the convex front hood to the spoiler, which is located on the trunk lid – without a doubt, this is definitely not the usual version of the “charged” M2 coupe and not even its powerful performance Competition.
A closer look reveals some other details, such as the front splitter, hiding under camouflage, as well as the rear diffuser, from which the quadrilateral exhaust pipes.
Heavy masking makes it difficult to see some other manufacturing details: the aforementioned “leakage” of dealer information indicates that M2 CS will receive a lot of carbon fiber elements. Not only the hood and rear spoiler will be made of it, but also the roof, side mirror covers and even the rear diffuser. Expect to see more carbon fiber inside – the center console and door handles.
The M2 CS will get an adaptive suspension, 19-inch alloy wheels with carbon or ceramic brakes. The choice will be offered a 6-speed “mechanics” and a 7-speed “automatic” with double clutch, which will be connected to the 3.0-liter turbocharged engine with a capacity of 444 hp (550 Nm).
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