For all those who can't wait for the next M2 to arrive, BMW may have the solution. We say this because the first M Performance Parts in the catalog reserved for the new generation of Series 2 have just been unveiled, a whole arsenal of accessories that really suit the German coupe as they give it a touch of aggressiveness that many will miss. on the standard model.
At the moment, the brand has not offered much information about it since these images come from the BMW Blog. Despite this, we can contemplate a wide gallery in which some may miss new components for the suspension and that is because the vast majority of available elements are purely aesthetic. However, the German company offers its customers a high - performance brakes painted red and three different sets of tires clamps s , ranging from 18 to 20 inches.
The new Series 2 gains aggressiveness
If we focus on the aesthetics of the car, it should be noted that the front end benefits from a grill and a splitter made of carbon fiber, a material that also makes an appearance in the side skirts, the rear spoiler, and the caps of some mirrors with a design similar to those of the M3 and M4. In addition, the customer can choose to incorporate striped graphics for the side and bonnet, as well as an attractive diffuser and blacked-out taillights.
With regard to the interior, a series of M Performance badges can be added, as well as different carbon fiber trims to adorn the cabin. There is also a steering wheel reinforced with Alcantara on the sides and with a red stripe at twelve o'clock, carbon-fiber shift paddles, and striking sports seats that promise greater support. The center armrest also changes and we cannot forget about the locks with the M Performance logo.
Performance parts waiting for the M2
With all this, there will be those who think that there is nothing like a good M2. The new generation of the sports compact will be presented around the summer of 2022, and its production will begin at the end of the same year. Most of the details of this car are still unknown, although our spies have already been able to hunt it down during the testing phase. Its 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine is expected to surpass 400 horsepower.