The upcoming BMW M2 has been recently caught on camera while it was being tested out on the famous German track, the Nurburgring.
The German based automaker BMW is already known to have started working on its smallest M car up to date, the M2, as the model in question has been already caught on camera while it was being tested. The newest video is coming all the way from the Nurburgring where the performance two-door coupe can be seen in action. Keep in mind that this is a simple prototype and the final product may turn out to be quite different.
The BMW M2 will be getting a sporty and more aggressive design than the current M235i, along with a wide rear track. Bigger brakes will also be used on this model, along with a new suspension system. The cabin of the upcoming BMW M2 will be getting a sport steering wheel, bucket seats and some carbon fiber trim. The most important part of the vehicle, its engine, will most likely be the same 3.0 liter straight-six, used on the new M3 and M4, which will be downgraded to approximately 380 HP (279 kW). The BMW M2 will be launched in late 2015.
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