Prior to the BMW M2 CS’s launch next year, Spanish publication Motor.es has received some additional information about the model.
As the name implies, the M2 CS will be a more potent version of the popular M2 and rather than a single-turbo straight-six, will use the twin-turbo six of the M4, detuned to deliver approximately 405 hp.
When the order books open for the M2 CS in January 2018, customers will be able to opt between the four standard colors of the existing M2; Alpine White, Sapphire Black, Long Beach Blue and Mineral Gray. Both Sunset Orange and Silver Hockenheim will also be offered.
Unlike the M4 CS which has production capped at 3,000 units, a mere 1,000 examples of the M2 variant are bound for production. You can be assured that every single one of them will quickly be accounted for.
It’s unclear if BMW will offer the CS with box a six-speed manual gearbox and a dual-clutch transmission or just the DCT.
Production is set to commence in March and the first deliveries are tipped for May.