BMW announced the first details on the 2020 BMW M2 CS, with just a few weeks before the cars official debut on the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.

The 2020 BMW M2 CS is powered by a S55 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder engine equipped with BMW TwinPower Turbo technology. The engine delivers a total of 444 horsepower at 6,250 rpm and a peak torque of 406 pound-feet of torque at 2,350-5,500 rpm. This output represents an increase of 39 horsepower over the M2 Competition. The engine can be ordered with either a six-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed dual clutch (DCT) transmission. With the manual transmission the M2 CS goes from 0 to 60 mph in just 4 seconds and with the DCT transmission in just 3.8 seconds. Top Speed was also increased to 174 mph.

For the exterior BMW focused on reducing the weight, but also on improve cooling and aerodynamics. The hood, the roof the front splitter, the rear spoiler, rear diffuser and M twin-stalk exterior mirrors are all made in CFRP. BMW will offer four exterior colors: Alpine White, Misano Blue Metallic, Black Sapphire Metallic and Hockenheim Silver Metallic. The M2 CS rides on 19-inch Forged Y-spoke Style 763M wheels in a High-Gloss Jet Black finish wrapped in tires sized 245/35R19 front and 265/35R19 rear.

Same treatment continues on the interior where BMW offers center, transmission tunnel console made from CFRP, while the center armrest and dash trim are covered in Alcantara. M Competition seats finished in Alcantara / Black Merino leather with red contrast stitching are offered as standard.

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  1. The spirit of the beloved 1M Coupe will be revived in just a few short months if we were to rely on a new report published by The meaner M2 has been spotted multiple times and a great deal has been written about what will likely end up being a limited-run special edition. Production is rumored to be capped at just 2,200 units for the entire world, so you can expect a significant premium over the M2 Competition to justify the model’s exclusivity. The extra money BMW is going to charge customers will also have something to do with the carbon fiber diet, with the coupe’s hood, front splitter, roof, side mirror caps, rear spoiler, and diffuser to be made from the lightweight material.

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