BMW M2 Looks Even Damn Better with M Performance Parts

BMW has revealed its lineup of M Performance Parts for the all-new M2 coupe.

As aggressive as the BMW M2 is from the factory, enthusiasts always crave more, and that’s where the BMW M Performance Parts come in. There’s an extensive range of aerodynamic components manufactured from carbon fiber including front and side sill attachments, rear diffuser and mirror caps. These carbon fiber pieces aren’t just for looks, as they help optimize the airflow around the vehicle, helping positively impact handling and driving performance of the sports car. The M Performance radiator grille is also available for the front and side, finished in high-gloss black with an integrated BMW M logo in the BMW M colors red, blue and light blue.

For those looking for enhanced performance, the M2 coupe can be fitted with BMW M Performance coil-spring suspension, lowering the vehicle by 0.78 inches, while the shock absorbers can be adjusted to 16 levels in the rebound stage and 12 in the compression stage. There are also BMW M Performance sport brake pads optimized for track use with high resistance to thermal stress.

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There’s also a fancy M Performance flap silencer system that has two operating modes: Sport and Track. Either mode can be selected through Bluetooth remote control and helps deliver an even throatier note to the exhaust. It can be had with either 80mm exhaust tips of carbon fiber units measuring 93mm in diameter with an integrated BMW M logo.

On the inside, buyers can get BMW M Performance LED door sill cover strips, M Performance floor mats, M Performance Pro steering wheel covered in Alcantara or the M Performance steering wheel with race display and carbon trim as standard. The cabin goodies are rounded off with the M Performance Interior Kit Carbon that features trim elements for the twin-clutch transmission gear selector, center console and handbrake handle.

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