The upcoming BMW M2 has been spied once again, while being tested out on the famous German track, the Nurburgring.
The BMW M2 is getting closer and closer with each passing day to its official unveil, which will probably take place over the next few months, but before introducing the new top of the line version of the 2-Series Coupe, the German based automaker has to make sure that everything is in its place and working just like it should. The vehicle in question has been caught on camera once again while it was being tested on the Nurburgring so if you want to see it in action, for a few seconds, scroll down and click the play button.
BMW will be making the future M2 look more aggressive and its front fascia resembles very much with the ones of its larger brothers, the M3 and M4. The vehicle will also get more aggressive side skirts than the one used on the M235i Racing while its cabin will be coming with bucket seats, a sport steering wheel and some carbon fiber trim, amongst others. Power is believed to come from a 3.0L straight-six engine, from the M3 and M4, which will be downgraded to produce between 380 HP (279 kW) and 400 HP (294 kW). The BMW M2 will probably make its debut this October, during the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
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