A rendering with the BMW M2 CSL is showing us what we might expect to see sometimes next year.
A recent report was indicating that the BMW M2 CSL might actually be in the works but since then, inautonews.com has found out that the company is denying such a model. According to a BMW representative, the car manufacturer has no plans of putting such a vehicle into production. But even so, our friends from TopSpeed have signed a rendering which is showing us what we might see sometimes in 2016 or what we are going to miss, if the German based brand will stick to its statements.
The current range-topping version of the 2-Series Coupe is the M235i. This will be surpassed by the M2 Coupe, which will debut during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, and it is expected to be priced from 54,000 euros in Germany. If it will indeed hit the market, than the BMW M2 CSL will start from 60,000 euros, a significant distance from its larger brother, the M4 Coupe, which costs 72,500 euros. Another plan might be for BMW to sell the M2 CSL for a whopping price as an extremely limited edition. The BMW M2 CSL will be more powerful than the upcoming M2 Coupe, if it will happen of course, which will be making use of the 3.0 liter six-cylinder turbocharged engine, producing 365 HP (272 kW) and 465 Nm (500 Nm with overboost). The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration should take 4.5 seconds in the M2 and this will go up to a top speed electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph).