New-generation BMW M2 Coupe spotted in the wild
A new prototype of the BMW M2 Coupe was spotted around the Arctic Circle while the German company was conducting new tests. The 2016 BMW M2 is slated to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show this year, therefore, there’s no time to lose for BMW.
We’ve already seen several spy images with this model in the past but right now, the prototype has gained some new parts.
We talk about the front and rear bumpers which are now revised comparing to the previous prototypes as well as the new quad-pipe exhaust system and air intakes.
In the early stages of development, carmakers are not necessarily using the final production versions of some parts such as bumpers but as the tests are getting closer to an end, they have to test everything in their production version.
Power for the new BMW M2 will be provided by a 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine that is expected to produce around 380 horsepower for a 0-100 km/h sprint time of 4,6 seconds. Until we get more details on the upcoming high-performance model, be sure to check the spy images attached in the gallery.
Spy Photos: MotorAuthority