Remember the 2002 BMW Hommage unveiled at Villa d’Este back in May? Well, the hot M2 is back into the spotlights, this time the concept wearing a racing livery.
This is another exclusive model meant to continue celebrating the carmaker`s 100 years of existence on the market, the model now packing an exquisite paint along with other racing bits.
Karim Habib, Chief Design at BMW Automobiles, also praises this special 2002 Hommage Turbomeister:
“The BMW 2002 Hommage celebrates the extraordinary feats of engineering on which BMW turbo technology is based and re-interprets them in the form of a design study. With its iconic orange/black paintwork, the car has a colour scheme and livery synonymous in the minds of many motor sport fans with the triumphs of the 1970s.”
The model was first presented a Villa d`Este in May, wearing a blue paint, but now the concept is wrapping burnt orange and rolls, along with black paint at the upper front.
Besides the extravagant color, the 2002 BMW Hommage is also coming with standout 20-inch alloys with gold and silver spokes, gold brake calipers and Turbomeister decals on the hood, rear bumper and fenders.
We are actually dealing with a true BMW M2 Coupe underneath its skin, the Hommage coming with the same engine, platform and a lot of carbon fiber parts at the body. Other standout characteristics also refer to pointed “shark nose”, headlight clusters with bright gold accents, gloss black kidney grille, “Turbo” badging on the front splitter, and huge rear wing.