The tuner presented the upgrade package for the “charged” coupe BMW M2 CSAugust 18, 2020
The Swiss tuner Dähler decided to modify the BMW M2 CS. Among other things, the powerful coupe received gold rims and a significant increase in power to the standard S55 engine. There are two upgrade packages available to customers.
Tuning company Dähler offers two stages of upgrades for the powerful Bavarian car. With Stage 1, you decide to modify the S55’s 3.0-liter inline-six to bring it up to 512 horsepower (700 Nm). The company will also “push back” the maximum speed to 302 km / h. Recall that the base power of the M2 CS is 444 hp. (550 Nm).
There is also a Stage 2 modification – in this case, the engine power is 543 hp. (740 Nm).
In this version of the upgrades, the electronic maximum speed lock is completely disabled. However, this installation is not legal in terms of emissions in the European Union or Switzerland, which is why Dähler suggests installing Stage 2 only on export vehicles.
To achieve this, Dähler uses the Eventuri carbon fiber intake, which is approved to meet European noise regulations. It uses the Venturi effect to improve performance.
Dähler also installs its own stainless steel exhaust system. Customers can choose between 90mm or 100mm nozzles.
The car rides on 20-inch V-spoke wheels. Customers can choose between an aluminum or gold finish. Inside, the atelier is installing the roll bar and racing seats.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the video captured the high-speed run of a daring kid BMW M2 CS along the Nurburgring. A video has appeared on the Sport Auto YouTube channel showing the high-speed race of the BMW M2 CS on the Nürburgring race track. The car has a 444-horsepower engine, as well as productive tires. The Nürburgring loop was covered in 7 minutes 42 seconds.
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