2023 BMW M2 Spied With M240i Reveals Different Lights And Grille

2023 BMW M2 Spied With M240i Reveals Different Lights And Grille
2023 BMW M2 Spied With M240i Reveals Different Lights And Grille

The next-generation BMW M2 has been spotted in the final stages of development. Because several spy images show the prototype in front of an M240i, the performance coupe wasn’t alone. This is being brought up to highlight something we hadn’t observed before. The headlights on the top-of-the-line 2 Series Coupe look to be different, since they no longer narrow down as they reach the front grille.

Speaking about the kidneys, they have horizontal slats, and the grille appears to be a little more angular than before. The revised front bumper with much larger square air intakes is perhaps the most noticeable difference at the front compared to the M Performance variant. The bottom grille is more upright and has more vents flanking it.

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Elsewhere, the two performance coupes share the typical M side mirrors and a subtle trunk lid spoiler. That’s where the similarities end as the flagship boasts a redesigned rear bumper to accommodate the quad exhausts with generously sized finishers, likely reserved for the Competition model. (Yourdoctors.online) Expect BMW to put 19-inch wheels as standard in order to accommodate larger brakes necessary to handle the extra power over the M240i.

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A stiffer suspension seems like an educated guess judging by the lowered ride height of the prototype riding on winter tires. Another big change over the lesser 2 Series Coupe versions will be a different upper section of the dashboard to host the iDrive 8 with its side-by-side screens. Body-hugging seats and other typical M trinkets will further separate the cream of the crop from the more mundane trim levels.

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The BMW M division, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, will only sell the M2 with rear-wheel drive, according to the newest information. It should have 400 horsepower at the very least in the base model, with the Competition model offering a 30 horsepower boost. To please everyone, a six-speed manual will be standard, with an optional eight-speed automatic.

The international premiere will take place in the coming months, ahead of the start of production at the San Luis Potosi factory in Mexico in December. BMW is expected to spice up the M2 lineup in the future with hotter versions positioned above the Competition, such as the CS and CSL limited-run special editions.

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