BMW M2 Coupe “Pocket Rocket” by G-Power Is Now Officially Lose
German tuner G-Power is well-known for its dedication in delivering the best power upgrades for BMW products, with the M2 Coupe being its beloved model.
This babe-M was previously announced in late 2016, with the aftermarket specialists now releasing the model in its full plenitude, wearing an impressive design, gorgeous body wrap and impressive power under the hood, with plenty of new mechanics.
In case you own a BMW M2 Coupe and want to add some new aftermarket parts but are concerned about the pricing details, then you should carefully read this article, as the tuner has also released most of the prices that come with the styling and mechanical goodies.
For instance, in case you want to fit your M2 Coupe with the 20-inch G-Power Hurricane RR forged alloy wheels with 245/30ZR20 tires front and rear, respectively, then you should pay 6,271 euros.
On the other hand, the engineers are also offering their custom-built titanium exhaust with 90 mm four end pipes, for another 4,995 euros. You could also through in an additional 1,888 for the G-Power G2M-RS coiler set, meaning that the car`s ride height will be dropped with around 45 mm up front and 50 mm at the rear. The dampers also come with nine-way adjustable positions for rebound control.
Now here comes the best part. The technicians can install their modest Bi-Tronik 2 V1 ECU module for just 2,100 euros, with a power boost of around 410 horsepower and 570 Nm of torque. In case you want more power, then you can also choose the 2,822 euro Bi-Tronik 5 power kit.
This gorgeous BMW M2 Coupe can also be offered with the 668 euro worth of Vmax-de-restrictor which increases its top speed from 250 km/h to a good 290 km/h. This allows a sprint from 0 to 200 km/h in just 14.5 seconds.