Behold the most powerful BMW M2 ever built to display sheer force in drifting session, and you will be definitely blown-away by the video demonstration below.
We are looking here at a heavily customized BMW M2 in-and-out, with the whole package to be completed by the engineers from Latvian HGK Motorsport tuner.
First off, the BMW M2 is dress-up with the F22 Eurofighter, with inspirations from the infamous Eurofighter Typhoon and Lockheed martin F-22 Raptor aircrafts.
The chassis has also received some special modifications and that to make the M2 extremely strong to cope with all the sheer power. This means that is has been fitted with full role-cage, custom-built suspension setup, or Wilwood braking system with six-piston calipers and four-piston calipers front and rear, respectively.
The preparations for the new engine and power started with the fitting of Callies Magnum crankshaft Diamond Racing pistons, Billet connecting rods, Total Seal steel piston rings, titanium intake valves, with the technicians from Mast Motorsports to handle the building of the parts.
And here we are with the M2 F22 Eurofighter packing a massive 6.2-liter V8 LS engine taken from Corvette, delivering a staggering 820 horsepower and whopping 920 Nm of torque. And this is indeed the most powerful M2 ever created. The power is sent to the wheels via a five-speed sequential gearbox developed by Samsonas.
All it remains now is to watch the extremely powerful M2 F22 Eurofighter displaying its extraordinary power in the drifting session below. Would you pack your stock M2 with so much power?