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Using a detuned M4 engine, it will replace the 365-hp M2

BMW will replace the 365-hp M2 with a 405-hp M2 Competition using a detuned M4 engine.

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Or: A reminder why every old BMW was great.

There's something very special about the little M car, and it has to do with how it feels on a track.

Confirmed

Special model is limited to 150 copies just for the US.

The driver's special for Bimmer enthusiasts.

Spy Shots

It could be a refresh, or possibly a hotter version of the current model.

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The best car isn't always the fastest one. Sometimes it's just about how it makes you feel.

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Oh yeah, the Aston Martin Vulcan is here, too.

We can't wait to see what Forza Horizon 3's customization community does with the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.

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This turbo master wears an iconic racing livery.

Guys, the BMW 2002 Hommage Concept now says Turbomeister on the sides. Turbomeister!

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They need to have 'the Fizz'.

Clarkson has interesting taste, as we all know.

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The problem is unclear, but some of Bimmer's hottest cars are affected.

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Translation: 4-door 2 Series. Plus a possible M2 version.

BMW might make a 2 Series sedan, plus the Gran Coupe in M2 form to take on the Audi S3 and Mercredes-AMG CLA45.

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The AC Schnitzer ACL2 Concept turns the M235i into an M2-fighter by fitting a tuned engine from the M4 with 570 hp and adding lots of carbon fiber parts. Unfortunately, it's not for sale and only for component development.

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Hoping for a droptop version of the new BMW M2? A recent interview with the car's chief engineer confirms that a convertible version isn't in the cards.

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It's the M we want at a size we can live with.

BMW gets a right-sized sport coupe right. This is a 365 hp return to form, a bundle of driving pleasure with few bad habits and a lot of great curves.

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Just when we thought the new M2 couldn't look much hotter, BMW works one up as a safety car for MotoGP, with some parts you can buy, and some you can't.

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Following its debut at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, BMW has announced pricing for the new M2 at $52,695 and the X4 M40i at $58,795 delivered.

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