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A Story of Power, Passion and Evolution

Since its captivating beginnings, the BMW M2 has written its name into the annals of motoring as a true embodiment of power and passion. Through the generations, the M2 has evolved, constantly pushing the limits of performance and offering a driving experience that transcends the ordinary.

The BMW M2 F87: A thunderous entrance on the scene

The adventure began with the BMW M2 F87, first unveiled in November 2015. Equipped with a 3.0-liter N55B30T0 turbocharged engine, it immediately captivated enthusiasts with its roaring 365 horsepower and aggressive design. Its impressive performance on track and road has made it a benchmark in the world of sports cars.

*The BMW M2 Performance Edition*, with its 150 exclusive examples for the US market, added a touch of sophistication with M Performance elements, bucket seats and a distinctive exhaust system. The M2 F87 also made its grand entrance as a safety car in the 2016 MotoGP season.

The BMW M2 Competition: Rising to the top

The story evolved with the BMW M2 Competition, unveiled at the Beijing Auto Show in 2018. Sporting BMW M GmbH's S55 engine, this high-performance variant raised the bar with 411 horsepower, enhanced performance and a more aggressive design. The M2 Competition has become the benchmark for demanding sports driving enthusiasts, offering an even more intense driving experience.

The BMW M2 CS: The pinnacle of performance

Continuing the tradition, the BMW M2 CS was introduced as a more track-oriented version of the M2 Competition. With its S55 engine increased to 444 hp, carbon-fiber components to lighten the structure, and racy aesthetics, the M2 CS won the hearts of purists and was hailed as the best BMW M in years.

The New BMW M2 G87: A Promising Chapter

The latest chapter in this captivating saga is the BMW M2 G87, unveiled in October 2022. With redesigned dimensions, a 453 hp twin-turbo S58 engine and cutting-edge technologies, it promises to carry on the M2 legacy by pushing back the boundaries of performance.

Start this journey with us, immersing yourself in the technical details, dazzling performance, and landmark developments that have forged the identity of the BMW M2. From the racetrack to the road, each generation is a declaration of BMW's unwavering commitment to excellence and the art of driving.

Hold on tight, because we're about to relive the thrilling history of the BMW M2, where raw power meets sophisticated elegance, redefining the sports car landscape.

First generation M2

BMW M2 F87 on tracK

BMW M2 F87: A Powerful Introduction to the M Series

The BMW M2 F87 was first unveiled in the Need for Speed game in November 2015, before making its debut at the North American International Auto Show in January 2016. Production began in October 2015, and the first deliveries took place in early 2016.

Technical specifications BMW M2 F87

- Engine:** The M2 is powered by a 3.0-liter turbocharged in-line six-cylinder engine, the N55B30T0, developing 272 kW (365 hp) at 6,500 rpm and 465 N⋅m (343 lb⋅ft) of torque between 1,450 and 4,750 rpm.

- Transmission:** Available with 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.

- Performance:** Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds for manual models and 4.3 seconds for models equipped with dual-clutch transmission. Top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h, extendable to 270 km/h with the M Driver's package.

- Weight:** The M2 features lighter front and rear aluminum suspension components, reducing weight by 5 kg (11 lb).

BMW M2 Performance Edition

A special edition of the M2, the Performance Edition, was produced in just 150 examples for the American market. Featuring an Alpine White finish and exclusive equipment, including M Performance suspension and an exhaust system with titanium tips, this edition added a touch of performance and exclusivity to the M2 range.

BMW M2 Competition: The Powerful Evolution

The BMW M2 Competition made its debut at the Beijing Auto Show in 2018, replacing the standard M2. It introduced BMW M GmbH's S55 engine, a high-performance version of the N55 engine.

- Power:** The S55 engine produces 302 kW (411 hp) between 5,250 and 7,000 rpm, with torque of 550 N⋅m (406 lb⋅ft) at 2,350-5,200 rpm, offering enhanced performance over the standard M2.

- Acceleration:** 0-100 km/h in 4.4 seconds (manual) and 4.2 seconds (dual-clutch).

- Weight:** The M2 Competition is 75 kg (165 lb) heavier than the standard M2 due to components borrowed from the M4.

BMW M2 CS: The track-oriented version

The BMW M2 CS, unveiled in 2019, is an even more track-oriented version of the M2 Competition.

- Power:** Powered by the same engine as the M2 Competition, the CS offers 331 kW (444 hp) and 550 N⋅m (406 lb⋅ft) of torque.

- M Performance brakes, adaptive suspension, electronic differential, and various weight-saving carbon-fiber components.

- Performance:** Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds (manual) and 4.0 seconds (dual clutch).

- Acclaim:** The M2 CS has been widely acclaimed, winning several awards, including "Evo Car of the Year 2020".


From the original M2 F87 to the competitive M2 CS, BMW's M2 series has evolved to offer driving enthusiasts cutting-edge performance and an unrivalled driving experience. Each iteration brings its own improvements, cementing the M2's reputation as a true driving pleasure machine.

Second-generation M2

BMW M2 G87 drift

BMW M2 G87: Evolution Towards Excellence

The second-generation BMW M2 (G87) was previewed to the public at the Motorclassica in Melbourne, Australia, in October 2022, ahead of its official launch. This new iteration features significant evolutions compared to its predecessor, the M2 F87.

New Dimensions and Design

The M2 G87 boasts revised dimensions. Its wheelbase is 53 mm longer, its overall length 100 mm longer, and its width 33 mm wider than the first-generation M2. These changes promise increased road presence and a solid foundation for enhanced performance.

Power and Performance

Under the hood, the M2 G87 is powered by the BMW S58 twin-turbo 3.0-liter in-line six-cylinder engine. This engine generates an impressive 338 kW (453 hp) at 6,250 rpm and 550 N⋅m (406 lb⋅ft) of torque between 2,600 and 5,950 rpm. Transmission remains true to tradition, with the option of a 6-speed manual or an 8-speed automatic.

Dynamic Performance

The M2 G87's performance is breathtaking, with acceleration times from 0 to 100 km/h of 4.3 seconds for manual transmission models and 4.1 seconds for automatic transmission models. Top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h, but can be increased to 285 km/h with the optional M Driver's package.

Customization and Technology Options

To meet drivers' preferences, some regions will offer an optional carbon pack. This pack includes carbon bucket seats, a carbon fiber roof and carbon interior trim. Other options include a Shadowline pack, a lighting pack with adaptive LED headlights, automatic high beams and driver assistant packs.

Availability and Motorsport variants

The M2 G87 was launched in April 2023, offering enthusiasts the ultimate driving experience.

Motorsport variants

- BMW M2 CS Racing:** A racing version derived from the production M2 CS, developed by BMW M Motorsport. Powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine, this race car offers power ranging from 280 hp to 365 hp, with racing specifications such as an FIA-approved full cage.

- **BMW M240i Racing:** An updated version of the M235i Racing, the M240i Racing features significant improvements, including an increased power output of 340 hp and aerodynamic adjustments.

- BMW M235i Racing:** Developed for amateur drivers, the M235i Racing is a track version of the 2 Series, offering driving aids such as ABS, traction control and dynamic stability control.

This new generation of the BMW M2 promises a perfect combination of pure performance and advanced technology, while remaining true to the sporting heritage of the M Series.