2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900

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2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
2019 BMW M2 Competition priced from $58,900
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Roundel fans, rejoice. While BMW is busy focusing on bringing more SUVs and electric cars to the market, the M division still wants more performance options. By hook or by crook, the M folks seem to have snuck one past the money men: the 2019 M2 Competition.

And the best part is that there’s no insane premium. The 2019 M2 Competition is priced from a very reasonable $58,900, up from the regular M2‘s $54,495 sticker. The information was first reported Tuesday by the and since confirmed by BMW.

From this starting point, there are numerous options to add. Some worthy options include a dual-clutch transmission ($2,900), M Driver’s Package ($2,500), moonroof ($1,050), metallic paint ($550), and Executive Package ($850). On top of this are more items designed to further sharpen the car from the M Performance Parts catalog.

The M2 Competition is simply a better version of an already brilliant car. It boasts the same 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 as the M3/M4, which sees the output rise to 405 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque, up from 365 hp and 369 lb-ft in the M2.

The car also comes with better brakes, uprated electronic chassis systems, and an active exhaust system to deliver a distinct M sound. There are also extra M goodies in the cabin including better bolstered seats with blue or orange perforated-leather inserts.

BMW says the M2 Competition will be in showrooms this summer.

In case you were wondering, the M division’s Competition cars represent the first step up from the standard M cars. This means there‚Äôs still room for even more hardcore M2 CS and M2 CSL/GTS models, should the green light be given.

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