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M2 Chosen Winner for Outstanding Driving Dynamics

“Automobile” magazine, a trusted consumer advocate in the auto industry, recently added the BMW M2 to its list of all-stars after trial runs at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. The “Automobile” judges loved the latest addition to BMW’s M lineup, praising its power, ability to hug the corners and agility. Powered by the newest version of the M TwinPower Turbo engine, the BMW M2 produces a hefty 365 horsepower and snappy 369 pound-feet of torque. Check in often at Chapman BMW on Camelback to fully appreciate what the new M2 has to offer.

M2 Replaces M1 in BMW Lineup

A product of BMW’s famed Motorsports division, the M2 was first unveiled in late 2015 as a replacement for the 1 M Coupe. The M2 can zip from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds with the double clutch transmission and launch control enabled. Top speed is limited to 155 mph. The double clutch transmission is an option that meshes the workings of two different gearboxes to harmoniously get the most out of each performance range. Gear changes are executed in fractions of a second to cut down track time and produce the smoothest drive imaginable.

Electric Power Steering Delivers Precise Feel

Fine tuned on the toughest tracks in Europe, the BMW Motorsports electric power steering provides the M2 with precise feel and important feedback from every turn and bump in the road. The amount of assistance is directly related to the speed, keeping the driver in complete control at all times. Electric power steering is also a benefit to efficiency, adding more than a half-mile per gallon to the EPA estimate.

M2 Design is all BMW

There’s no mistaking what company builds the BMW M2. With an athletic stance and bold elements of design working together with a sophisticated look that will turn heads wherever you go, the M2 earns the title “Ultimate Driving Machine.” The new M2 pays homage to its ancestors with stylistic references to such classic cars as the BMW 2002 turbo and 3.0 CSL. The short front overhang and long wheelbase combine with such classic features as the front gills sitting behind the wheel arches to send a visual statement of excellence. The wide rear of the car is accented by horizontal lines on the trunk and rear apron to emphasize the grip this car has on the asphalt at all times. Take some time to visit Chapman BMW on Camelback and test drive the new M2. You’ll be glad you did.

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