BMW has just released the first video of the M2 CS and, happily, it displays lots of sideways action.
BMW has no less than four new models to debut at this year’s LA Show.
The BMW M2 CS Racing starts at 95,000 euros, or $105k at current exchange rates.
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The limited edition M2 CS can run from 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds, before hitting a top speed of 174 mph.
The M2 CS could be the ultimate M car as it features 444 hp, a six-speed manual and an assortment of carbon fiber components.
BMW is getting us prepped for the regular 2020 M2 CS with its racing-twin.
BMW’s next-generation 2-Series Coupe will keep driving the rear axle, unlike its four-door Gran Coupe sibling.
BMW’s M Division chief, Markus Flasch, also said the hardcore M2 CS will launch globally around mid-2020.
The new BMW 2-Series Gran Coupe will most probably top out in M235i form with a turbo four.
Lighter and 39 HP more powerful than the M2 Competition, the CS is expected to be unveiled at November’s Los Angeles Auto Show.
Both the Toyota Supra and BMW M2 Competition use 3.0-liter sixes, but the M2 has one extra turbo.