Last week, we posted some leaked images of the new BMW M2 Competition, accidentally distributed by BMW Australia. Now, the time has come for the official wraps to come off the M2 Competition ahead of the Beijing Motor Show.
Today's big BMW news is that photos of the upcoming BMW M2 Competition have leaked on the internet. The M2 Competition will replace the 365-horsepower single-turbo M2, and it gets the twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight six from the M3 and M4, albeit detuned slightly to 410 horsepower on this occasion.
BMW has officially launched its new vehicle subscription service, becoming the latest automaker to embrace the more flexible alternative to traditional leasing. It's called Access by BMW, and it'll offer a selection of vehicles in two tiers via a new mobile app or dedicated website.
BMW will replace the 365-hp M2 with a 405-hp M2 Competition using a detuned M4 engine.
And not just regular M models, but special edition M models.
The driver's special for Bimmer enthusiasts.
It could be a refresh, or possibly a hotter version of the current model.
SEMA isn't just for custom American muscle cars.
We can't wait to see what Forza Horizon 3's customization community does with the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.
Guys, the BMW 2002 Hommage Concept now says Turbomeister on the sides. Turbomeister!
Clarkson has interesting taste, as we all know.
The problem is unclear, but some of Bimmer's hottest cars are affected.
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.
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.