Australia is an extremely profitable market for a lot of carmakers from Europe or the United States, and BMW is the German company to introduce one of the most important models on the hot continent.
The carmaker has recently announced the introduction of the 2016 BMW M2 Coupe with M Performance Exhaust system, with the silencer and main exhaust part, costing AUD $4081.82. On the other hand, the titanium tips are priced separately, meaning that you will have to empty your pockets for another AUD $1450,04. Finally, the carbon fiber setup adds AUD $2015.88.
The M Performance Exhaust system adds a lot of noise and driving thrill to the gorgeous M2 Coupe and the aforementioned spicy prices wouldn’t be an issue for a real BMW lover.
As aforementioned, the M Performance Exhaust system comes with a stainless steel silencer, M Performance valve which gives driver the opportunity of choosing between two sound modes. The titanium tips come with an optional 88 mm in diameter, while the lightweight carbon fiber tips can now be had with a 92 mm diameter.
And after BMW has successfully passed the homologation in Australia, the M Performance Exhaust was further more tested out and improved by the carmaker in collaboration with Motosport Division. Interesting and strange at the same time, the company has not confirmed any performance changes under the hood. We should expect fresh details in the upcoming period.
In the stock version, the 2016 BMW M2 Coupe comes with a 3.0-liter M TwinPower Turbo inline flat-six banger, with 370 horsepower and 465 Nm of torque. This is enough to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.3 seconds with a DCT and 4.5 seconds with the manual.