Alpha N-Performance Offers Three Power Kits for Brand-New 2016 BMW M2 Coupe

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The 2016 BMW M2 Coupe is the German based carmaker`s latest edition in terms of performance and exquisite body styling fully tweaked with M Performance parts.

But even if the M2 Coupe is the real deal, packing 370 horsepower and 465 Nm of torque, we sometimes push things to the limit and want the best out of our M2. That`s why tuners are already providing extra horses and increased performance.

The German folks from Alpha N-Performance have also created some special power kits for this particular M2 Coupe. They offer three power stages, all part of the EVOX tuning program, each one coming with impressive torque. More than that, they have also installed other high-performance mechanical bits that help the car handle all that power.

Stage 1 comes with 400 horsepower and 580 Nm of torque, while Stage 2 raises the power to 415 horsepower and 600 NM of torque. In case you`re still not satisfy with these two, then you can choose the third stage, with an impressive 430 horsepower and 620 Nm of torque, which removes the speed limiter and allows a race-grade downpipe without using a catalytic converter.

To handle all that power, you also need some extra mechanical goodies and this one has plenty of them, including a free flow silencer with valve control, fully adjustable road and track coil-over suspension courtesy to Ohlins as well as adjustable camber plate.

Visually, there are other body styling parts that you can choose from, like a choice of three rear spoilers, adjustable custom carbon fiber rear wings, M4 GTS wing by Edison Composites or M235i Motorsport racing wing. Add the 19-inch OZ Racing Ultraleggera HLT alloys and you have the perfect racer.

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