BMW unveiled the new M2 Competition earlier this spring, but they only recently launched the online configurator in the United States.
The base version of the car that replaces the M2 starts from $58,900, without the $995 destination charge and handling fee, and is finished in a non-metallic Alpine White shade. Choosing one of the four metallic colors, called Black Sapphire, Long Beach Blue, Sunset Orange or Hockenheim Silver means paying an additional $550.
The next step is deciding whether your ideal BMW M2 Competition looks best with the bi-color or black Y-spoke 19-inch alloy wheels, shod with “mixed performance tires”, according to the manufacturer. And only then the interior will open up, revealing two more options for the upholstery: Dakota leather with either blue or orange stitching.
Before moving on to the packages and optional extras, potential customers need to choose between the black high-gloss trim with pearl chrome accents on the dashboard, central console and doors, or good old carbon fiber.
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Regardless of what you’ve chosen so far, the BMW M2 Competition remains at $59,450, with the optional paint. But this is where things get more expensive, as the Executive Package adds a $1,200 premium, with its adaptive full LED headlights and automatic high beams, heated steering wheel, wireless charging for smartphones, Wi-Fi hotspot, and speed limit info.
The M Driver’s Package charges you another $2,500, while the double-clutch gearbox with Drivelogic costs $2,900. Having a moonroof requires spending another $1,090, and finally, those browsing the online configurator have to decide whether they want the ‘Ultimate Car+ 2 Bundle’ or ‘BMW Ultimate Care+ 4 Bundle’, priced at $3,049 and $5,249, respectively.
With everything now selected, your BMW M2 Competition will cost $72,349, or $149 more than the larger BMW M4 Coupe.