The BMW M2 was revealed in October, but it seems the manufacturer is not ready with all the extra equipment for the model.

The BMW M2 was revealed in October, but it seems the manufacturer is not ready with all the extra equipment for the model.

The sports coupe already features a quite aggressive body kit, but BMW is apparently working on even more aerodynamically-optimized M Performance kit. A set of spy photos, posted on BimmerPost, shows we could expect some cool additions to the aero package, including slightly reshaped front aprons, modified side skirts, bigger boot lid, and a modified diffuser at the back.

Probably the biggest improvement will be the new M Performance exhaust system with slightly bigger pipes than the standard system.

These parts appear to be different from those the company introduced for the M2 at the SEMA tuning show. Earlier this month we saw a blacked out kidney grille with a glossy black surround, side mirror caps and rear spoiler with carbon fiber finish, and Alcantara-wrapped sports steering wheel in the interior.

We don’t expect any technical changes to come with the new accessories, so look for the same 3.0-liter M TwinPower Turbo, pushing out 365 bhp (268 kW) and 343 lb-ft (464 Nm) of torque with 369 lb-ft (499 Nm) overboost function. If you order the standard 6-speed manual gearbox, you will receive a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint in 4.4 seconds, while the optionally available 7-speed dual-clutch automatic provides 0.2 seconds faster acceleration.

Source: BimmerPost

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