One of the most popular BMW M2 builds these days is this track-friendly competition This is a joint effort between Schirmer GT and APEX Luxembourg to create a corner-engraving machine. We saw exactly the same car just a few days ago lapping a few in Nবারrburging. It returned to fulfill a different task as the hardcore coupe headed toward the automobile for a top speed run.
The easiest way to describe this car is to just a legal track car, which is like an M2 CS racing cup with a license plate. In addition to the wild arrow with a huge rear wing, the car has lost the rear seats. On the front, it boasts a Recaro bucket seat with a harness. This is a perfect track toy with a full roll cage and carbon fiber door card. The diet excludes fabric door straps and many trim pieces on the back.
Then there is the engine, which has been upgraded to 500 horsepower and 600 Newton-meters (442 lb-ft) of torque. The inline-six 3.0-liter breathes through an acrobatic quad exhaust system that sounds positively majestic in a fully tilted state. When it comes to pushing hard on automobiles, the M2 sounds a lot like a race car.
The data shows that it requires 7.6 seconds of 62 to 124 mph (100 to 200 km / h) and 174 mph (280 km / h). The suspension is apparently judged strictly by the stylish ride, but it goes with the area for this kind of track-centric vehicle. This M2 is not directly about top speed as the aerodynamic changes are mainly for downforce to keep it glued to the road.
This is not a daily driver unless you have a close friend with a chiropractor to take care of your back on a hard ride. Designed to swallow corners, this road-legal race car is an animal on both the road and the track.
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