As the new 2020 BMW M2 comes out, it is expected that the competition in its class will be fierce. Reports are saying that the new M2 will be featured with upgraded exterior and interior amenities. For the exterior, the automaker offers four exterior colors to choose from.
2020 BMW M2 Facelift Changes
The exterior of the new M2 might be slightly similar to that of the M4. The 2020 M2 gets the honeycomb grille and the large air intakes at the front side. Then, it comes with a well-designed bumper and an M badge places at the center of the grille. In the rear, the new ride receives vertical reflectors at each extreme. The rear bumper is associated with a sporty diffuser to complete the look.
As for the car’s dimensions, the length will be 176.2 inches, the width is 73 inches, and the height is 55.5 inches. The car rides on 19-inches aluminum wheels. Further, buyers can opt for four exterior colors available. Those are Alpine White, Mineral Grey Metallic, Black Sapphire Metallic, and Long Beach Blue Metallic.
In terms of the interior, the new 2020 BMW M2 gets a well-designed interior. First, the cabin is equipped with M-specific features. Then, the new M2 also gets M-badged sports seats. To enhance the comfort, the seats feature black Dakota leather upholstery.
As for the technology features, the new ride packs a GoPro app. This app is controlled using iDrive touch controller and lets drivers to time their laps. In addition to it, the M2 is al equipped with a M Laptimer app. This app records the engine’s speed, steering angle, fuel consumption, and many more.
2020 BMW M2 Engine Specs
Under the hood, the new BMW M2 will be powered by exciting engine units. The M2 Coupe will be powered by a twin-scroll turbocharged 3.0 L, six-cylinder engine. The engine is capable of producing 365 horsepower and 343 pound-feet of torque.
In addition to it, the engine will be featured with an over-boost function. This increases the output by 29 pound-feet of torque. Further, the engine will probably be paired with a six-speed manual transmission system which comes as standard. Even so, buyers can opt for the optional seven-speed dual-clutch DCT system. This system includes three driving modes to choose from.
As for the speed, the new 2020 BMW M2 can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds with the manual gearbox. If you want it faster, there is the DCT system which accelerates subtly quicker at 4.2 seconds.