Home / Social media / News / The official BMW M Performance Parts for the all-new BMW M2 have arrived - it's still not pretty though.


This new second-generation BMW M2 is yet another in a long line of BMWs that are instantly controversial thanks to some rather questionable styling that usually flows against the norm. While it is a bit on the not so pretty side, it does still see fitment of BMW’s superb twin-turbocharged inline 6-cylinder lump that directs power to the rear wheels via that lightning quick 8-speed M Steptronic transmission (or optional 6-speed manual). The resulting 338 kW of power with 550 Nm of torque equates to a 0-100 km/h run of a mere 4.1-seconds and it can also reach a top speed of 285 km/h with the M Driver’s package. When the car was launched the other day we knew it wouldn’t be long before the automaker’s M Performance division released more details on the optional extras available at dealership level for owners to add their own flavour over and above what the factory includes with a new M2.

For the exterior, owners have the choice of an M Performance front splitter, air intake trim, side skirts, side spats, mirror caps, rear lip spoiler, rear diffuser and rear spoiler all in carbon fire. The M Performance roof-edge spoiler stays gloss black. Small additions include an M Performance tow strap and an M Performance antenna cover made from Aramid, a fibre composite material. For the soundtrack there’s a titanium M Performance silencer that also shaves 8 kg of weight from the car. Tailpipe trim comes in titanium/carbon fibre. The coilover-style M Performance suspension can be lowered by 10 mm and affords sharper handling, they say. It brings the body closer to the optional 20/21-inch wheels that can be had in either in M Frozen Gold Bronze or M Jet Black matt. To make owners feel like race drivers, there’s M Performance tyre bags, for when tyres need bags. 

The cockpit can be outfitted with M Performance interior trim panels in carbon fibre/Alcantara, Alcantara knee pads with a matching M Performance armrest for the centre console, M Performance backrest covers in carbon fibre/Alcantara, The M Performance steering wheel Pro, M Performance steering wheel trim, M Performance shift paddles in carbon fibre, The M Performance door sill plates in carbon fibre, M Performance floor mats, M Performance badging,M Performance door pins and the M Performance fuel filler cap carbon fibre. 

Pricing will likely be typical BMW M and that means all these trims would likely cost the same as a weekend in Mauritius.

Take a look at the YouTube video that shows off all the new options for the latest BMW M2 from BMW M Performance, it's pretty much the same as the pics you see here except on YouTube with a bit of motion: 2023 BMW M2 M Performance Parts Available From Launch | DPCcars

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