Just like other tuning companies out there, VOS Performance revealed their own upgrades for the speedy BMW M2, making it more aggressive on the outside as well as more powerful.
When stock, the M2 delivers 370PS (365hp) and 465Nm (343lb-ft) of torque, but after graduating from the VOS academy, its 3.0-liter twin-scroll turbocharged straight-six lump is good for 430PS (424hp) and 560Nm (413lb-ft) of torque.
Even though VOS Performance hasn’t released any 0-62 figures, we reckon that the car should be quicker to hit the mark than in stock form, where it needs 4.3sec, or 4.5sec with a manual gearbox.
The only thing that was made public is the car’s new top speed, which is 293km/h (182mph), or 43km/h (27mph) more than before.
In terms of aesthetics this M2 comes with a complete carbon kit that adds front splitters with canards, side skirts, a rear spoiler and diffuser, while the 20-inch OZ Leggera HLT rims, wrapped in Michelin Super Sport tires (245/30 front and 265/30 rear), complete its look. An H&R sports suspension, which lowers the ride height by 35mm (1.38in), and a stainless steel exhaust system, join the vehicle’s factory-fitted features that include sport seats, automatic climate control, carbon fiber trim, and many others.